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What's the terminology for pressing down (inward) on a thumbstick?

Another common term I've heard is clicking (in) the stick, which is less ambiguous than "pressing" or "pushing" with regards to moving the stick in a direction.
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What is 16-bit music called?

It's simple. You have 8-bit chiptune music, and then you have 16-bit chiptune music. They both fall into the chiptune category (genre? although I suppose any genre of music can be made as a chiptune), ...
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What's the terminology for pressing down (inward) on a thumbstick?

Sony and Microsoft named the thumbstick click as a button itself: On PS they are commonly known as L3 and R3 (since L1 L2 and R1 R2 are on the back) On Xbox they are commonly known as LS and RS (...
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