Today the first game sessions with PS5 of some Japanese media and youtubers have been published. Most praise the sensations of the new Dualsense controller and the response of its triggers, although others have gone a bit further and talked about other aspects beyond the games and demos that they have tried. The first PS5 test sessions in Japan have already been published, and a lot of new data can be gleaned from them. The lucky ones have been able to try Astro’s Playroom, the game that will come pre-installed on the console and that will allow us to experience the adaptive triggers and the haptic response, as well as other demos of Godfall, Devil May Cry 5 Special Edition and Balan WonderWorld. Dengeki Online had access to a session of 1 hour and 45 minutes, in which he was able to try some of the demos mentioned above, but perhaps the most interesting thing is his conclusions on all aspects that concern players: the noise of the PS5 fan and the heat that the console can generate. “After 80 minutes of play, there was no noticeable noise from the PS5 fan, and the console remained cool,” says the Dengeki Online writer. In addition, he confirms that the room where he played was a study, with few objects but very bright and with high temperature. “I was playing Astro’s Playroom and Godfall and did not notice the sound of the fans. When I finished, when I touched the main body, I did not feel much heat … It seems there is no need to worry about the heat exhaust structure.” It also affects the larger size and weight of the DualSense (although when you pick it up it is not so heavy), and in that of the console. In addition, it adds a detail: the PS5 console has a stand that is used not only in portrait mode, but also when placed in landscape. He also claims that what may attract the most attention the first time PS5 is tested are the adaptive triggers by offering resistance depending on the game, along with the loading times of the games. In fact, the loading times of the demo Geoff Keighley tested in June have been compared to the loading times of the October demos, and you can see it below these lines … * / / * -> * / / * -> * /]]> They also highlight the use of the PS5’s DualSense microphone to pass one of the Astro’s Playroom tests to move a grinder and clear our way (something that we could already test in The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass Nintendo DS), and reconfirm that the controller still has a speaker, which in this case sounds a bit higher pitched. The official technical characteristics of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles are already known. We compare them to find out which is more powerful. Although you feel you have not been able to see the console startup or the options that the new Create menu will offer (the evolution of the Share button), since it was one of the restrictions of this first contact. In addition, various media have published new real photos of the console, which for example can be seen compiled here. All this new data is added to the supposed video leaked with the boot of PS5. In view of all these new details, what do you think of PlayStation 5?