I recently reviewed Sony’s Xperia XA1 Ultra and was impressed by its capabilities, especially for a mid-range phone – but unfortunately it fell short here and there. Thankfully, the Xperia XA2 Ultra has upped its game for sure.
After six years at the top, Sony boss Kaz Hirai is moving into the presumably somewhat less ostentatious office of director and chairman in April, with current executive deputy president and chief financial officer Kenichiro Yoshida taking over as company president.
If you have children (or a really tiny, angry boyfriend/girlfriend) who play games, then Hori has just the thing for you.
The Mini Wired Gamepad for the PlayStation 4 is officially licensed and specifically designed for smaller hands. It’s around 40% smaller than the standard DualShock 4 controller, and is as light as a few feathers (think ostrich). Of course, this reduction in size and weight comes with a few limitations (it’s got no motion sensors, vibration feedback or light bar), but nothing that’ll ruin the day.
After checking out Sony’s Xperia XA1 Ultra (you can read my review here), I recently got my hands on its smaller sibling the XA1 – and they’re right when they say “size does matter”.
Right off the bat I noticed how slim and slender the XA1 is in comparison to most other phones these days. It took a day or two to get used to its smaller size after wielding the larger Sony models – but once I’d settled, the XA1 seemed to fit right in.
It’s what week? It’s Paris Games Week. It’s a thing, t’sais. And with E3 and Gamescom already over and nobody can even remember what happened anyway, it’s the game industry’s next big hype-o-max generator before the holiday season’s cash bonuses and impulsive pre-orders. Ready? Let’s go.
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