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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.

Hottest Topics: GDC 2014 Coverage | Oculus Rift (Oculus DK2 Review vs. Sony Morpheus Review) | PlayStation 4 (PS4 Review) | Xbox One (XB1 Review)

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Custom Mortal Kombat X Controllers Spotted

09/18/2014, Different games can be played with different types of controllers. For example FPS gamers can choose to play using the keyboard and mouse, or by using a gamepad. Arcade fighting games can also be played using the gamepad, although there are some who swear...

Ubisoft Considering Assassin’s Creed Rogue For The PC

09/18/2014, Earlier this year, Ubisoft unveiled Assassin’s Creed Rogue which is game that the company is hoping will go on sale later this year. The game is designed for current-gen consoles like the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, versus Assassin’s Creed Unity...

Halo Reach And ODST Could Be Ported To Xbox One

09/17/2014, This coming November 2014, we will see the good people over at 343 Industries deliver a slew of remastered titles that make up the core Halo games, namely Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4. Talking about all these titles can be quite a...

New Final Fantasy 15 Trailer Arrives

09/17/2014, Square Enix has rolled out a fair number of hits under the Final Fantasy franchise over the years, and the game studio does not look as though they are going to slow down anytime soon with this particular franchise. Sure, there has been some misses along...

Handless Game Developer Puts Project Up On Kickstarter

09/17/2014, When it comes to someone who is living the high life, and yet are born without any limbs, then there is no better example than Nick Vujicic himself. I had the privilege of meeting him up close and personal a dozen years ago before he achieved such a...

Olympus Run: Classic Arcade Feel, With High-DPI Visuals

09/17/2014, Griffin Games (site in Korean), a Korean Startup, are coming up with a horizontal platform/shooter called Olympus Run. Based on the 12 Labors of Hercules, the player controls Hercules, who has to do successfully execute Griffin’s vision of the Labors...

Goat Simulator Heads To iOS And Android Platforms

09/17/2014, Better late than never, as the game known as Goat Simulator is finally making its way over to both iOS as well as Android platforms, thanks to the efforts by developer Coffee Stain Studios who will deliver this crazy game idea to the mobile platform after...

Age Of Empires: Castle Siege Now On Windows Phone

09/17/2014, Close to the end of last month, we did bring you word that Age of Empires: Castle Siege will be making its way over to two different Microsoft operating systems – one for computers in the form of Windows 8.1, while the other would cater to the...

Destiny Is PS4’s Biggest Software Launch To Date

09/17/2014, It does look as though the game known as Destiny will continue to set records, as it has been announced by Sony to be the PS4’s biggest software launch to date, at least in North America. In fact, Destiny is deemed to be the fastest purchased and most...

Rovio Announces Plunder Pirates

09/17/2014, Can you say that Rovio is a one hit wonder with their Angry Birds franchise? Sure, the franchise might have been around for quite some time now, and new generations of children continue to get smitten by the idea of flinging birds against green pigs to...

Assassin’s Creed Pirates Returns To Windows Phone

09/17/2014, Heads up Windows Phone users! While one developer might be pulling out of the Windows Phone scene for now, another one comes back in, well, sort of. You might recall that about a month ago, Ubisoft released Assassin’s Creed Pirates on Windows Phone,...

Candy Crush Developer Puts Its Windows Phone Developments On Hold

09/17/2014, What makes a smartphone platform popular? Well for starters we guess the number of apps available on it helps make it more appealing to users in general, although it’s something of a vicious cycle as developers tend to choose platforms with more users....