Say goodbye to DualShock, and hello to DualSense, Sony’s new wireless controller for their upcoming PlayStation 5 game console. Unlike DualShock 4, this model features haptic feedback, which means you’ll be able to feel the grittiness of driving a car or riding a bike through mud, while adaptive triggers are built into the L2 and R2 buttons go let you feel the tension of your actions.
The Atari VCS has been in development for quite some time, and finally, it’s nearing the official release. It’s intended to pay homage to the Atari 2600, and yesterday, the company announced a partnership with the Antstream Arcade retro gaming subscription service. What does this mean? Basically, console owners will have access to the largest collection of Atari games available on-demand, in both original and enhanced edition formats, from the brand’s arcade, home, as well as handheld platforms.
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Nintendo’s original Joy-Con controllers for the Switch basically consist of two individual devices, and each one contains an analog stick, along with several buttons. You can either use them attached to the main console unit, or wirelessly when detached. If you choose the latter, you can also have two players use separate Joy-Cons as individual controllers. However, a recently uncovered patent filing may hint at some new features.
Dell launched a massive Alienware OLED Gaming Monitor (AW5520QF) at Gamescom 2019 in Cologne, Germany, and it’s touted as the world’s first 55″ model. Featuring a 3840×2160 resolution, 400 nits peak brightness, a 130,000:1 contrast ratio, 120Hz variable refresh rate, 0.5ms response time (gray-to-gray), and low input latency for blazing fast images that enables gamers to react with ultra precision.