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Video games are one of the coolest things that computer technology has brought us. It started with blocky pixels and a ton of fun, and is now larger than the movie industry. Since Ubergizmo founders Eliane and Hubert have both worked in the video games industry, we will always look at Game Tech as something special.

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13 Minute Rise Of The Tomb Raider Gameplay Demo Video Released

08/10/2015, On the 10th of November, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gamers can look forward to getting their hands on the second game in the rebooted Tomb Raider franchise, Rise of the Tomb Raider. For those who are wondering about the game and who might not have played its...

Blizzard Hiring For Unannounced Diablo Project

08/10/2015, Diablo 3 was released in 2012 and it was only a couple of years ago that Blizzard released an expansion for it in the form of Reaper of Souls. However it looks like Blizzard could have a new Diablo game planned, thanks to a recent job listing on the...

Batman: Arkham Knight Mod Lets You Play As Game’s Director

08/10/2015, Batman: Arkham Knight may have more than its fair share of problems on PC but there’s a major advantage that PC gamers get over console gamers, they get to use mods. We’ve already highlighted a couple of very great mods for this title and the...

Halo 5: Guardians Theme Music Leaked In Beta Update

08/10/2015, Halo 5: Guardians beta was recently updated and it ended up revealing more than what Microsoft might have intended, the Halo 5: Guardians theme music has been leaked through this beta update. A substantial chunk of the title’s original soundtrack...

Sony PS4 Projector Costs Almost Same As The Console

08/10/2015, Earlier this week Sony released a new projector for the PlayStation 4 rather quietly, it didn’t have a major presence at Gamescom like rival Microsoft but did conduct a stage show earlier in the week. The projector aims to do what Microsoft allows...

Blizzard Already Has The Next World Of Warcraft Expansion Planned

08/10/2015, So last week Blizzard announced the latest World of Warcraft expansion – Legion. We admit that it feels like it was only recently that the previous expansion was announced, and in case that pace wasn’t fast enough for you, you might be interested...

Bethesda: No New Elder Scrolls Game For A Very Long Time

08/10/2015, It has been a while since we last saw a new Elder Scrolls game, save for The Elder Scrolls Online, and the bad news is that if you’re looking forward to additional Elder Scrolls titles, you might be disappointed as Bethesda has recently confirmed that...

Additional World Of Warcraft: Legion Demon Hunter Details Revealed

08/09/2015, Last week Blizzard officially announced their next World of Warcraft expansion in the form of Legion. The expansion will see the Burning Legion return to the world of Azeroth for revenge, and it will also see the return of Illidan. Together with Illidan,...

Dedicated Fan Is Programming The Original Diablo From Scratch

08/09/2015, If you were to fire up the original Diablo from back in the day, safe to say that the progression in terms of graphics quality from then to Diablo 3 will be pretty glaring. However sometimes it isn’t about the graphics that makes a game great, and...

Pricing For Smach Zero Steam OS Handheld Confirmed

08/09/2015, Valve is allowing manufacturing partners to build Steam machines and we’ve already seen quite a few really good ones so far, there was a portable machine also under development not too long ago, it was previously known as Steam Boy. Now though the...

Best Buy’s $500 Deal Bundles Xbox One With 40-inch Samsung TV

08/09/2015, If you have been meaning to pick up an Xbox One and possibly even a new TV to go along with it then next week Best Buy is going to have just the perfect deal for you. The retailer’s new deal bundles an Xbox One console with a 40-inch Samsung smart...

NVIDIA GRID Game Streaming Free Service Extended Till September

08/09/2015, NVIDIA has a game streaming service called GRID which lets users stream PC games to the company’s portable gaming machines that are powered by Android. GRID has been in beta stage for a couple of years now but NVIDIA expected to launch it formally...