Following Wiitis, another gaming-related malady has been identified by medical experts, this time a skin complaint.
The newly named condition is dubbed "PlayStation palmar hidradenitis" and has got an official mention in the British Journal of Dermatology.
The research reveals the case of a 12-year-old Swiss girl who suffered from "intensely painful sores" on the palms of her hands.
It seems the girl was suffering from "idiopathic eccrine hidradenitis" a skin disorder causing red, sore lumps on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet, usually linked to intense activity and sweating.
Although usually exercise-related, in this case the problem was determined to be caused by "tight and continuous grasping of the console's hand-grips, and repeated pushing of the buttons, alongside sweating caused by the tension of the game".
Nina Goad, of the British Association of Dermatologists told the BBC: "If you're worried about soreness on your hands when playing a games console, it might be sensible to give your hands a break from time to time, and don't play excessively if your hands are prone to sweating".