When Microsoft's motion-sensing add-on Kinect launches this November it will not allow gamers to interact with their Xboxes using their voices as promised. Voice chat software Video Kinect, premiered during Microsoft's E3 2010 press conference in June, also misses the cut, MCV reports. Instead the feature will be integrated after Kinect's released. Marketing manager for Xbox Live EMEA Robin Burrowes said: "We will be announcing when voice control will be turned on in due course." The move is likely to disappoint many who have pre-ordered the £130 Xbox 360 motion sensor. We were looking forward to telling our Xboxes to turn off and on and play movies, as Microsoft demonstrated at E3 2010 in June, when Kinect launches in the UK on 10th November. Last week Microsoft's vice president of interactive entertainment Chris Lewis told Eurogamer core gamers will "love that they can jump into a game like Joy Ride, which should really appeal to the hardcore community". Well, at least there's Kinectimals. [/p] Source Can you say "rushed to the market"? I mean seriously, how do they expect this to sell? They offer a crappy starting line-up, have no real hope for good games to come out soon to support it, and now they're cutting features that were supposed to be there at launch for a "later time".