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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.


Nintendo Worked With Third-Party Devs On The Switch From The Start

01/23/2017, Imagine that you are trying to get developers to develop for your platform. A good way would be to involve them from the start, so that you know what they are looking for, what they want or don’t want, and so on. This is versus building something and...

Resident Evil Release For Nintendo Switch Ruled Out

01/22/2017, Nintendo will soon release its next-generation gaming console called the Nintendo Switch in a couple of months. We’re gradually finding out more details about the games that will be available for it and the features that it’s going to offer....

PlayStation Store Flash Sale Offers Games For $5

01/22/2017, Sony often offers flash sales on the PlayStation Store over the weekend so that console owners can purchase some new titles at discounted prices. It works well for both parties as more games are bought via the PlayStation Store and console owners get them...

Halo Wars 2 Multiplayer Demo Released

01/22/2017, Halo Wars 2 is the sequel to the first Halo Wars game that was released back in 2007. This real-time strategy game is going to be released in the very near future. A multiplayer beta has previously been released for this game and Microsoft did say that it...

New Battlefield 1 DLC Teased

01/22/2017, Battlefield 1 was undoubtedly one of the most hotly-anticipated games of 2016 and it’s safe to say that the new game did not disappoint. Those who picked up a copy are now waiting for the DLC to arrive. DICE has released a new teaser which confirms...

Hitman HDR Support Arrives Next Week

01/22/2017, IO Interactive’s Hitman is an episodic entry to the much-loved franchise and the new game has been very well received. The first season has ended now and the developer continues to roll out a steady stream of Elusive Targets to keep players busy....

Street Fighter ‘Surprise’ Teased For Comic-Con Or E3 2017

01/20/2017, As far as arcade fighting games are concerned, the Street Fighter franchise is probably one of the oldest franchises around. In fact in case you didn’t know, the franchise is close to celebrating its 30th anniversary, and in celebration of that it seems...

Zelda ‘Breath Of The Wild’ Will Have An Alternate Ending

01/20/2017, The majority of video games are pretty straightforward where you complete a series of quests/missions, defeat the boss, and you’re done. However there also exist games where the choices you make throughout the game will affect the outcome, and it seems...

‘Breath Of The Wild’ Will Not Have Dual Audio Options

01/20/2017, When watching foreign language movies or TV shows, like Japanese anime, it’s usually better to watch the original versions that are dubbed in Japanese. Of course since not all of us can understand Japanese, having English subtitles with Japanese audio...

World Of Warcraft Cooking Show Launched In South Korea

01/20/2017, If you’ve played World of Warcraft or any MMORPG for that matter, you know that cooking is usually one of the skills/professions that are offered to gamers. While it does have benefits for the character, like more critical strike, more stamina, and so...

Nintendo Switch In Japan Offers More Customization Options

01/20/2017, Despite selling the same console around the world, it seems that Nintendo has decided to offer its Japanese customers more customization options. In the US where the Switch will go on sale on the 3rd of March, gamers get to choose between the all-gray...

Nintendo Switch Will Support Up To 8 User Accounts

01/20/2017, Thanks to a recently deleted tweet of the Nintendo Switch’s UI, it was revealed that gamers will be able to swap between multiple user accounts. However exactly how many users the Switch will support was unclear, at least until the folks at Kotaku did a...

PlayStation VR Now Supports 360-Degree YouTube Videos

01/20/2017, 360-degree videos on YouTube aren’t new. They’ve been around for awhile now but the good news is that if you wanted to be able to enjoy it on your PlayStation VR, you can now do so. This is according to an announcement on the PlayStation Blog in which...