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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.

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36.9% Of Games Bought On Steam Never Get Played [Study]

04/16/2014, Whenever a Steam sale rolls around, we’re sure many gamers get excited at the idea that they can buy games that were too expensive before. Sure some of the deals might be great, but usually it results in gamers spending more than they’d like on titles...

Warlords Of Draenor Might Not Require You To Upgrade Your Computer

04/16/2014, Blizzard’s upcoming World of Warcraft expansion, Warlords of Draenor, is expected to see a release later this year, although no specific dates have been mentioned. The expansion will introduce a host of new changes and features made to the game, most...

Halo: Spartan Assault Kicks Off Universal Windows Games

04/15/2014, Microsoft has just started to accept universal applications for its combined Windows and Windows Phone Store, and what better way to introduce universal apps than in the form of a game – Halo: Spartan Assault? The one time purchase of this game will...

Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction Redirects Visitors To New Website

04/15/2014, Is Duke Nukem, the anti-hero of sorts, going to make another comeback in due time? That remains a question that is worth mulling over, but for now, we will have to make do with what little information that we already have. The Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction...

Upsilon Circuit Game Can Be Played Only Once

04/15/2014, When it comes to the world of video games, there is always a second chance. Sure, your save file might be wiped out after you have invested hundreds of hours into a particular game, but there remains the option to begin all over again, right from the very...

God Of War Collection Arriving For The PS Vita

04/15/2014, The God of War franchise has been pretty much a staple when it comes to games exclusive to Sony’s PlayStation platform, a franchise which we’re sure made many gamers take out their wallets and purses to purchase a PlayStation console or a PS Vita...

Snoop Dogg Featured In Call Of Duty: Ghosts’ Voice Pack

04/15/2014, Games like Battlefield and Call of Duty are typically very fast-paced games, meaning that there is a sense of urgency required when you play it, versus other games like RPGs which can be slightly slower-paced. That being said it’s interesting that the...

Wii Remote Plus Controller Gets Princess Peach Theme

04/15/2014, There is nothing quite like having a themed piece of hardware, is there? Nintendo is said to roll out a brand new Wii Remote Plus controller some time later this month, where this particular model will come dressed in the iconic colors of Princess Peach....

Battlefield 4 “Death Shield” Bug Discovered

04/15/2014, It seems that despite EA and DICE’s best efforts to squash as many Battlefield 4 bugs as possible, they just keep popping up, and the latest one has been discovered which gamers are referring to it as the death shield bug. Basically for those who...

PS Vita Pets: Puppy Parlour To Tide You Over

04/14/2014, It can get pretty tough playing the waiting game, and with PS Vita Pets that is set to be released later this June, you might not want to wait that long. In order to help tide you over in the mean time, the good people behind PS Vita Pets have introduced...

New Xbox One System Update Starts To Roll Out Tonight

04/14/2014, It seems that the new Xbox One system update is all set to roll out later tonight, and special mention to the Xbox Live members who actually previewed the features, while sharing some of their feedback which will hopefully make the final update a whole...

Temple Run 2 Gets Cloud Support

04/14/2014, Imangi Studios, the ones behind the hugely popular Temple Run game as well as its sequel, is back with a reminder to the masses that they will be rolling out cloud support for Temple Run 2 tomorrow, allowing players to continue their running across...