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Sony Patent Suggests PlayStation Working on Mobile Controller

Sony Interactive Entertainment’s Japanese division has filed a patent, which was spotted by VideoGamesChronicle, for what appears to be a PlayStation mobile controller.  The drawings in the patent show a controller that looks more like PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller, rather than PlayStation 5’s DualSense controller.  The patent describes …

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‘Squeezed’ light might produce breakthroughs in nano-sized electronics

It’s one thing to produce nanoscale devices, but it’s another to study and improve on them — they’re so small they can’t reflect enough light to get a good look. A breakthrough might make that possible, however. UC Riverside researchers have built technology that squeezes tungsten lamp light …

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Aspire: Ina’s Tale Coming to PC and Consoles Next Month

Platforms on Platforms From developer Wandernaut Studios and publisher Untold Tales comes a stylish platformer called Aspire: Ina’s Tale. A lot of side-scrolling, platforming games have an emphasis or aspect of combat, such as Metroid and Shovel Knight. However, Aspire seems to be relying less on combat and …

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Balancing Hero Shooters Is A Science That Requires Live Test Subjects

It won’t surprise you to hear that game development is hard. And in the ever growing games-as-a-service market, that development sometimes doesn’t have an easily defined endpoint. You can see this in hero shooters–the larger ones continuously get new characters every season, forcing the developers to reevaluate the …

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