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Bungie CTO Leaves Company After 14 Years, Joins Sony PlayStation

Bungie veteran and current CTO, Luis Villegas, has left the company after fourteen years and has joined Sony PlayStation as its new Head of Technology.

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thegamepost.com
Sonic188137d ago

"I feel incredibly lucky because as part of my new role I get to still work closely with my Bungie family."

New role and more pay and still can work closely with Bungie

37d ago
fr0sty36d ago

Yeah, he basically just got a big promotion within the same parent company.

37d ago
S2Killinit36d ago

Seems logical for him and probably for PlayStation

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Elden Ring’s Hidetaka Miyazaki on why he may never stop making games

As Elden Ring’s much-anticipated final expansion is released, its designer gives a glimpse into how he crafts his harsh, beautiful, rewarding gameworlds

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theguardian.com
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Hex Phantom - Review | HexGaming's Anti-Drift Controller

The Hex Phantom is a modified PlayStation 5 controller, created by HexGaming, with several advanced features.

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nookgaming.com
Nook2d ago

As a note, this is topical because it's currently on Kickstarter for funding.

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NVIDIA's Generative AI-Powered Modding Tool Is A Gamechanger For The Industry

The NVIDIA RTX Remix tool is redefining the gaming industry and the modding community in the best way possible.

Einhander197212h ago

"NVIDIA's Generative AI-Powered Modding Tool Is A Gamechanger For The Industry"

True, the especially for all the industry that gets put out of work by it.

generic-user-name10h ago

Have you ever used a self service checkout in a store? Should we ditch alarm clocks so that we can hire people to shoot peas at our bedroom windows to wake us up like they did in the 1800s?

Einhander19729h ago

Working at a grocery store as a checkout clerk used to be a respectable job that could support a family.

romulus239h ago

I try to avoid them at all costs, why should we do a cashiers/clerks job without any training and without being paid for it? Comparing people losing their jobs to A.I. to people from the 1800's shooting peas is hilarious, good try though.