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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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Tactical Assault Commander Keyboard And Mouse For The PS4

07/27/2015, It’s safe to say that many PC gamers who are used to playing FPS games with a keyboard and mouse find it weird and difficult playing similar games on a console, especially when you try to play it with a gamepad. Console gamers on the other hand might...

Steam Reportedly Raked In $1.5bn In Revenue In 2014

07/27/2015, Steam is Valve’s platform for video games. Gamers use it to connect with friends, chat with friends, sell items, and buy games. In fact many developers and publishers these days turn to Steam to release their games. That being said if you’re wondering...

Resident Evil; Umbrella Corps Trademark Registered In Japan

07/27/2015, Gamers who are a fan of the Resident Evil franchise might be interested to learn that a new game might be in the works. According to reports, it seems that Capcom has registered the name “Umbrella Corps”, which we’re sure many are probably aware...

Steam Had A Brief Security Lapse Over The Weekend

07/26/2015, If you do not have Steam Guard installed and protecting your Steam account, you should probably go ahead and do that now. It seems that according to several reports over the weekend, there have been some users who claimed that their Steam accounts have...

NVIDIA Is Helping Fix Batman: Arkham Knight For PC

07/26/2015, Batman: Arkham Knight is a very solid game which didn’t face post-launch issues that many other major titles have had to put up with, but this smooth experience was limited to console players. The PC port of this title was riddled with bugs since...

China Lifts Ban On Video Game Consoles

07/26/2015, In the year 2000 China imposed a blanket ban on video game consoles which meant that for companies like Microsoft and Sony a huge market was closed off, though last year the company relaxed the restrictions slightly to allow consoles like...

New Need For Speed Game Has Killer Graphics

07/26/2015, Not too long ago it was confirmed that a new Need for Speed title is in the pipeline, so far we’ve seen the reveal trailer and a gameplay demo. NFS fans are anxiously waiting to see more but Developer Ghost Games is keeping a tight lid on things...

Bethesda: No Plans For More Mobile Games Unless It Makes Sense

07/24/2015, Recently it was revealed that Fallout Shelter managed to rake in a whopping $5.1 million in terms of revenue for Bethesda. This is a huge number considering that the game is only available on iOS at the moment, and that it is about a month old. If...

Del Toro And Kojima Still Planning On Working Together

07/24/2015, A few months ago, it was officially confirmed that Silent Hills would be cancelled. The was being made by Hideo Kojima and director Guillermo del Toro, but unfortunately due to conflict with Konami, the project was ultimately shelved. However based on...

World Of Warcraft Hyperlapse Shows You How Massive The Game Is

07/24/2015, If there is one thing that is annoying about playing MMORPGs such as World of Warcraft, is that sometimes the traveling time in between locations is painfully boring. Considering that not all locations have “taxis”, this means you will actually need...

Nintendo’s TVii Service Will Shut Down 11th August

07/24/2015, If you haven’t heard of Nintendo’s TVii service for the Wii U before, don’t worry about it. As much as we’re sure Nintendo had good intentions when they launched the service, safe to say that it never really took off in a big way, which is why it...

Fallout Shelter Arriving On Android 13th August

07/24/2015, It has been about a month or so since Bethesda launched its first mobile game, Fallout Shelter. The game was initially released for iOS devices, but Bethesda did promise that it would arrive on Android devices around August, or so they hoped. It looks...

Play Half-Life On Your Android Wear Timepiece

07/24/2015, Isn’t it cool that technology has advanced to such a point where we are now able to carry the kind of computing power on our wrists which is equal to that of what our desktops had a decade ago? This means that there is plenty of room for improvement...

Doom Multiplayer Alpha Expected To Kick Off Soon

07/24/2015, During E3 2015 back in June, the folks at Bethesda and id Software took the wraps off the latest title in the Doom franchise. Simply called Doom, this is actually the latest Doom in the past decade or so, especially when you consider that the game was...