Sony has said the company's newly launched PlayStation Move peripheral is precise enough to play StarCraft on the PC.
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.
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