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Gamepads or controller are the primary means of input on all modern video game consoles. Sony, Working on a PlayStation controller that can be also compatible with Xbox 360s and Nintendo consoles.

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Sony has been working through its propriety issues of late, using the ePub format for ereaders and—heaven forbid!—launching its first range of SD cards. But opening the PlayStation up so the controller can be used with rival game consoles?  Yes that could be true !

GoRumors has dug up a patent suggesting  Sony’s working on a controller with a touchscreen LCD panel that would display commands for other consoles or players that have been set up to work with it.

The patent spells it out:

“A game console controller includes a hand-holdable housing and a touch sensitive liquid crystal display (LCD) on the housing. The LCD is caused to present, depending on what type of game console a user has selected, a controller key layout for a first type of game console or a controller key layout for a second type of game console. A key layout includes plural keys selectable by a user to input commands to a game console.”

The controller wouldn’t just be a remote control that would let you turn on the different consoles—it would be an actual gaming peripheral, with the X/Y A/B buttons displayed on the LCD. It certainly wouldn’t replace the use of an Xbox 360 or Wii controller, as you can’t imagine mashing your thumbs on a touchscreen display for too long, but could be handy when you’ve got extra friends around and not enough pads to go around. Or what mentioned before, turning the consoles on to access media.


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  On February 19, 2010(6 years, 6 months ago.)

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  1. Walo Maldonado Says:

    can i used the cta on xbox 360????

    Posted on November 21st, 2010 at 5:51 PM

  2. kin Says:

    The most urgent controller I need is for my Android phone since wiimote won’t work on it at all!!! ^_^

    Posted on February 4th, 2011 at 10:16 AM

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