Glitch: Sony PlayStation getting in on apps, a drunk tattoo and lightsaber training in jeopardy

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HOUSTON — It looks like the console wars are going to bleed over into our phones.  Sony PlayStation is taking on Nintendo to reign supreme as the console to mobile gaming crossover-king.

Sony tried and failed in 2012, but with the hype over Nintendo’s 'Pokémon Go' and the upcoming 'Mario Run,' gamers have sent the message that they're "all-in" now.

PlayStation classics like Crash Bandicoot, Gran Turismo and Uncharted could be mobile apps as soon as spring, 2018.

When did the government get into the tattoo business?! When it decided this one could save lives.

The National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering funded the development of a temporary tattoo you can wear when you plan on tossing a few back.

It gauges just how high your alcohol levels are based on how long it takes electrical current to travel through your sweat!

The wearable tech can tell you just how impaired you`ve become, and can confirm its time to call for a ride or ya know when to quit, so you can avoid a hangover.

If your dream is to learn how to wield a lightsaber like a true Jedi Knight, looks like you`ll have to find a 'Jedi Council Approved' instructor.

Disney owned Lucasfilm is suing the owner of for trademark infringement.

They`re even challenging this logo for the academy is a total rip-off of the Jedi oOrder emblem.

The academy has been instructing wanna-be Jedi in 3 metastyles of lightsaber combat since 2005.

But it looks like the power of the United States legal system, not 'the Force,' may bring their tradition to an early end.