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Voice-controlled RTS There Came an Echo coming to PlayStation 4

Posted by TurtleGirl On April - 11 - 2014

Iridium Studios have announced voice-controlled RTS There Came An Echo will be coming soon to PlayStation 4.
 


 

There Came an Echo is a voice-controlled squad-based real-time strategy game. You don’t play directly as the soldiers in the field, but rather as the tactical commander, issuing strategic orders via headset. Ever felt annoyed when someone in your earpiece told you what to do in a blockbuster, AAA first-person shooter? Well, now, you’re the someone in the earpiece. Some direct influences on the game include X-COM: Enemy Unknown and Tom Clancy’s EndWar.
 

There Came an Echo also has a heavy narrative focus. Your soldiers aren’t generic military types, but individuals, unaccustomed to combat, thrown into an unimaginable conflict over a technology very certain to change the world. You not only talk to them, but they to you; character development and motivation is a major focus for us.
 

To that end, they’ve assembled a cast fit for Hollywood: Wil Wheaton and Ashly Burch headline, with industry veterans Yuri Lowenthal, Laura Bailey, Karen Strassman, Rachel Robinson and Cindy Robinson rounding out the fantastic ensemble.
 
Via EU PlayStation Blog

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