PS Move Precise Enough to Control StarCraft

Last week at GDC, Sony introduced Move and in a number of demos showed off just how Move worked. Among the little tidbits revealed during the demos by PlayStation researcher, Anton Mikhailov, and platform research manager, David Coombes, was that the peripheral uses just 2MB of system memory.

Kotaku reports that while demoing just how precise and accurately the Move can capture movements, Mikhailov said that they've been able to use the PlayStation 3 add-on as a device to control the PC version of StarCraft.

Do you think the precision of Move will be an important selling point for the device or do you think more people will buy it for casual gaming? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • webbwbb
    The real news here is that there is a possibility of using the Move on a PC.
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  • matt314
    Am I the only one who is confused by the fact that this looks like a light bulb on a stick?
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  • Pei-chen
    But can it play Star Craft II?
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  • Mizoguchi
    No way in hell that thing can be usable for Starcraft if it has any bit of lag. 400APM? Hello?
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  • webbwbb
    The real news here is that there is a possibility of using the Move on a PC.
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  • mlopinto2k1
    I say no.
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