Basically what I said, something like voice recognition software that would allow the player to read out spells (From the game manual...) to cast them and perhaps to nominate how they are attacking or what ever. Maybe even in game conversations with other characters in the game.
Another game, I backed over a year ago now and currently enjoy playing right now is Elite Dangerous
the fourth in series of games about trading amongst many stars and planetary systems of the galaxy which is largely based on what is really been found by astrologers.
This game has a feature that allows players to operate their ship by voice commands spoken into a head set microphone. Mainly because it increasing the efficiently of getting stuff done in this game. It's not essential and many players, including myself don't use out of the fear that not making any use of their hand will cause them to atrophy and wither away. Yes, you could play the whole game just by using voice commands. Although using them to move around might be too complex to use.
is a independant add-on that can be purchase for a very cheap price on top of the main game to make this possible. Although I think player chat and the robotic voice of the ship's console came with the game. Hard to tell really. The ships 's console will give you verbals confirmations of when ever you alter any of the ship's functions. The best use of Voice Attack
is a asking for permission to dock. Any time you need to know anything stored on either of the holographic menus on either side of the display in the middle would save your the trouble of looking in these if the console could just tell you after asking.
There is also a Voice-Pack
that allows you to choose other voices for the ship's console and perhaps do what I said about Voice attack
above. I'm a bit confused about this right now, and know it's totally irelevant to this game.