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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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Minecraft For Oculus Rift Cancelled Post-Facebook Acquisition

03/25/2014, As many have probably heard by now, Facebook recently announced a surprising acquisition of Oculus VR, the company behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. This has big implications not just for Facebook, who will now be expanding into new...

Facebook Acquires Oculus VR For $2 Billion

03/25/2014, In what seems like a very surprising move, Facebook has announced that they will be acquiring Oculus VR, the company behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset. Based on the deal that Facebook revealed on its website, they will be paying a whopping $2...

Portal Arriving On NVIDIA Shield

03/25/2014, For those of you who happen to own the NVIDIA Shield handheld gaming console, here is some news for you. It seems that Valve’s Portal is currently in the works for the NVIDIA Shield, and as for the release date, no exact date has been revealed just...

Star Wars Pinball To Receive Four More Tables

03/25/2014, Fans of Star Wars Pinball, it is time to crack those knuckles and flex them fingers of yours. After all, it is the least that you can do to receive the quartet of new tables for Star Wars Pinball that are making their way to the PS4, PS3, and PS Vita...

NVIDIA GTX Titan Z Has 5760 Cores

03/25/2014, NVIDIA just announced a new monster graphics card: the Titan Z. It is a dual GPU Titan card that features 5760 cores, 12GB of memory and generates 8 TeraFLOPS of compute power – for $2999. That rounds the cost of each core to about 50 cents. This is...

Ubisoft Clarifies Stance On VR Technology

03/25/2014, Last week during GDC 2014, companies like Oculus Rift and Sony unveiled their new virtual reality efforts. It certainly seems like exciting times are ahead of us because based on the prototypes alone, many seem to be reacting positively to the concept of...

Diablo 3: Reaper Of Souls Is Now Live

03/25/2014, When Diablo 3 was first released, many gamers complained about it. There were many factors that led to gamers’ dissatisfaction, such as the poor item drops which not only were hard to come by (in terms of higher level legendary items), but when they did...

Sony Rep Claims PS4 Pre-Loading Feature Is Under Consideration

03/25/2014, According to a tweet last week from inFAMOUS: Second Son’s developer, Sucker Punch, it seemed as though they were suggesting that pre-loading could be a feature that would be making its way onto the PlayStation 4 in the near future. However since Sony...

Valve’s “Free To Play” Documentary Garners 5.5 Million Views

03/25/2014, So just last week Valve released the DotA 2 documentary entitled “Free To Play”. For those who missed it, it’s still available on YouTube (see video above) and like its title, it is free to watch. If you’re wondering what the documentary is about,...

PS Vita System Software Update Version 3.10 Released

03/24/2014, It goes without saying that any decent hardware manufacturer would want to make sure that their devices run with up to date software most of the time in order to be as efficient as possible. This particular update would deliver some anticipated as well as...

Global PS4 Pricing Detailed

03/24/2014, All countries are different, and it is such diversity that makes life a whole lot more colorful and interesting. In fact, the cost of medical aid and treatment alone would tell you as much, although the price of your Starbucks mocha would more or less be...

Razer Struggling To Get OEMs Onboard With Project Christine

03/24/2014, Back at CES 2014, Razer unveiled an ambitious new concept called Project Christine. For those unfamiliar, Project Christine is basically where Razer plans to build a completely modular PC where parts can be swapped out as easy as sliding it out from its...