Future instalments in the Pro Evolution Soccer series could work with new motion control technology such as Project Natal and the PS3 magic wand.

That's according to series creator Shingo 'Seabass' Takatsuka, speaking to IGN.

"Up until 2009 we believed all the platforms should have the same controls and features. That's no longer the case because there are specific controllers for different machines, what with Natal and the PlayStation motion sensor system," he said.

"I cannot say much, but I can say we are looking at integrating those devices into our games very aggressively."

Of course, it wouldn't be the first time a PES game worked with a motion controller - the series has already appeared on the Wii, scoring a healthy 8/10 off Eurogamer. Read our review for the full lowdown.

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