Microsoft and EA also showed off the latest line up for the heavily anticipated (yet expected) FIFA & Madden games featuring Kinect integration. FIFA 13 and Madden 13 both demoed additional game play controls using both the newly announced Microsoft Smart Glass functionality with mobile tablet/smart-phone integration and a very awesome presentation with Joe Montana as he called out his plays through the Kinect microphone. FIFA 13 did show an awesome feature where if you yelled at your set for a seemingly bad ref call, the game and the ref would notice. Seems like this feature would help best as a filter for cussing/racist/homophobic kids online.It is no surprise that development in Kinect has grown so much since its first release and now we can start expected more of these features to be standard in even regular XBOX Kinect titles. We did get to check out FIFA 13 on Microsoft’s & EA’s booth but could not locate a playable Madden kiosk anywhere. Still, not being fans of sports games myself, I can say that the demo was cool for having both Joe Montana and being one of the first titles to show us what project “Smart Glass” can do. Controlling and customizing our game to the highest details like changing plays on the fly and look at an overhead of all your receivers open on a supported tablet or smart-phone One title to definitely look for at an expected late summer retail release.