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"We can certainly update it through firmware."

Anton Mikhailov isn't necessarily commenting on glitches that Move users experience, though he says Sony is definitely aware of those experience-halting occurrences. Instead, the Sony Computer Entertainment America's R&D engineer is talking about making the Move controller more accurate.

As one of the creators of Move, he's concerned that there's such a thing as too much accuracy:

"The real question is, do we want to? So far we haven't had any real requests from studios to improve the accuracy. There are a couple of issues here and there we can fix, but the majority the games are not even taxing it to its full accuracy."

My experience with the Move's accuracy was particularly strenuous in Sports Champions, where several games use one-to-one accuracy. Completely removing all assists would be a bit too difficult.

"At that point you're thinking, well, how much more precise does it need to be? We need to decide. There's room for some more precision. It's going to be up to us."

Until there's an amazing piece of software that requires a more accurate level of interaction, I'd say the Move is juuuusst right.

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