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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.


Super Mario Bros Movie To Get A Blu-ray Re-Release

12/29/2016, While we suppose video game movie adaptations have progressed significantly over the years, there’s still something about them that makes them hard to like. A good example would be the recently released Assassin’s Creed movie which not only received...

Nintendo 3DS freeShop Software Taken Down By Nintendo

12/29/2016, Nintendo would very much appreciate if you bought games for your 3DS from the Nintendo eShop instead of opting for a homebrew software called freeShop which basically imitates its official store. The freeShop software enables Nintendo 3DS owners to...

Mario Kart 64 Lands On North American Wii U Virtual Console

12/29/2016, Would you like to take a trip down memory lane? You can if you own a Nintendo Wii U. The company has released Mario Kart 64 on the North American Wii U eShop through the Nintendo 64 Virtual Console. The classic game is now available for download from the...

Free PS Plus Games For January 2017 Confirmed

12/29/2016, As part of its PlayStation Plus membership, Sony provides members with a handful of free games every month. They can keep these games for as long as they like but they just have to download them in the period that Sony makes them free. Sony has now...

Next Assassin’s Creed Rumored To Launch On The Switch In 2017

12/29/2016, So this year is the first year in a while that we have not seen Ubisoft launch a major Assassin’s Creed title. However that is expected to change in 2017 because according to a video by YouTuber OBE1Plays (see video above), he has revealed that a new...

Android Users Can Now Pre-Register For Super Mario Run

12/29/2016, Despite it being shown off on an iPhone and with it being an exclusive to iOS devices at the start, Nintendo has long confirmed that Super Mario Run would eventually find its way onto Android. It was unclear as to when exactly that would be, but it was...

Resident Evil 7 Producer Explains Switch To First-Person View

12/28/2016, One of the huge changes that Capcom appears to be making to the upcoming Resident Evil 7 is by making it a first-person game. Prior to this, players played the game in a third-person perspective. By making the switch to first-person, it definitely shakes...

Blizzard Celebrates Diablo’s 20th Anniversary Across Their Games

12/28/2016, While RPGs have been around way before computer games existed, it’s safe to say that with the introduction of Diablo, Blizzard pretty much changed the landscape of the action-RPG scene. For those who were too young to have played the original Diablo,...

‘Amazing’ PS4 Games Coming Next Year, Says Sony Executive

12/28/2016, If you think that Sony has been a bit too focused on hardware in 2016 then you’d be right. 2016 brought us the PlayStation 4 Slim, PlayStation 4 Pro, and company’s first virtual reality headset, the PlayStation VR. That’s not to say that...

Windows 10 ‘Game Mode’ Will Improve PC Gaming Experience

12/28/2016, If you follow Windows-related news regularly then you might have heard that a new Windows 10 beta build was leaked online recently. The leaked build 14997 revealed that Microsoft is going to add the blue light filter feature to the next major update of...

Nintendo SNES Classic Edition Release May Become A Reality

12/28/2016, Nintendo really hit it out of the park with the NES Classic Edition. The mini-console takes fans on a trip down memory lane, and what a trip it’s going to be, no wonder the company has sold more than 200,000 units of the NES Classic Edition in the...

Nintendo Switch Could Be Region-Free, No 3G/LTE Support

12/28/2016, The practice of region-locking consoles used to be a pretty popular choice made back in the day. However with globalization, region-locking doesn’t really make that much sense anymore, and that’s why companies like Microsoft and Sony have eschewed...

Nintendo Switch Apparently Won’t Have A Removable Battery

12/27/2016, Given that the upcoming Nintendo Switch appears to be both a mobile and home console, some are probably wondering how its battery fares. After all what’s the use of a mobile console if it only lasts for a couple of hours, right? Also more importantly,...