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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.


PUBG Reaches 400 Million Users, Discounts PC Version

06/19/2018, Fortnite may be grabbing all of the headlines these days but PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a behemoth in its own right. Bluehole, PUBG’s parent company, today revealed that the title has 400 million players globally across the platforms...

GameStop Is Looking To Sell Itself

06/19/2018, GameStop, a major retailer of video games and electronics, has confirmed that it’s looking to sell itself. The confirmation comes following a report which revealed that the retailer is in talks with private equity firms about a potential transaction...


WHO Calls Compulsive Gaming A Mental Health Problem

06/18/2018, Last year the World Health Organization (WHO) decided that they would classify “gaming disorder” as a mental health issue. Unsurprisingly there were some who disagreed with this, but now it looks like the WHO is back with a new mental health problem...

Nintendo Says Labo Sales Have Met Their Expectations

06/17/2018, Earlier this year Nintendo unveiled the Labo. It does feel a tad niche and we’re sure that there are some who are questioning the company’s decision. However it seems that the Labo has actually done pretty well, or at least well enough according to...

Nintendo Celebrating E3 2018 With A Sale On Switch & 3DS Games

06/15/2018, If you’ve been meaning to get your hands on some Nintendo Switch and/or 3DS titles but felt that some of them were a tad expensive, you’ll be pleased to learn that to celebrate E3 2018 (which has since ended), Nintendo has launched a special sale in...

Classic Nintendo Arcade Games Will Be Headed To The Switch

06/15/2018, If classic video games are your kind of thing, then you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has announced that they will be bringing two long-lost arcade games onto the Nintendo Switch console. This comes in the form of Donkey Kong and Sky Skipper,...

Valve Could Be Looking For Ways Get Steam Link For iOS Approved

06/15/2018, When Valve announced the Steam Link app, it sounded quite promising. After all who wouldn’t want to be able to play PC games on their mobile phones, right? Unfortunately the launch on iOS did not go the way Valve had hoped and Apple rejected the app,...

Turtle Beach Unveils Recon 200, Stealth 300 Gaming Headsets

06/15/2018, When it comes to gaming headsets, there are plenty of choices available in the market today. Some can be rather expensive and comes with all the bells and whistles for gamers who feel like they could benefit from those features, but if you’re not...

The Last Of Us 2 Only Has One Playable Character

06/14/2018, Fans of The Last of Us had been anxiously waiting for E3 2018 because that’s where more information about the upcoming title was to be revealed and their patience was revealed with a new trailer for the game. The trailer made it very clear that...

Telltale Developing A Game Based On Netflix’s Stranger Things

06/14/2018, Telltale has delivered some great episodic games so far, including Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, so it won’t be surprising for many of its fans to hear that it has decided to produce a new series based on Netflix’s hit show Stranger...

Sony’s Response To Fortnite Backlash Doesn’t Assuage Concerns

06/14/2018, Fortnite was finally launched for the Nintendo Switch a few days back and given that it’s an insanely popular game that gained over 125 million players in less than a year, it goes without saying that a lot of people were happy that it had finally...