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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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Sweden’s Game Industry Considers Adding Sexism Ratings To Games

11/17/2014, As it stands, video games have a maturity rating which is basically an indicator as to how violent or sexual a video game could be. It also helps parents determine if their 7-year old should be playing games meant for older teens. That being said, a...

Majora’s Mask For The New 3DS Could Gain Additional Features

11/17/2014, A couple of weeks ago Nintendo announced that they would be releasing The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask on the Nintendo 3DS. This is no doubt good news for fans of the franchise, especially considering that Majora’s Mask is a pretty old game when it...

Ubisoft Lists All Known Issues In Assassin’s Creed: Unity

11/16/2014, It would not be out of place to say that the launch of Assassin’s Creed: Unity across all various platforms were free from trouble. No sir, this particular title sure had its fair share of issues, even until now, including unbelievably slow frame rates...

Game Boy Emulator For iOS Returns, No Jailbreak Required

11/16/2014, Given that Nintendo has refused to release any of their games on mobile devices, it is no surprise that developers have taken to creating emulators for smartphones and tablets that will allow gamers to play some classic Nintendo games on the go. Naturally...

World Of Warcraft Subreddit Taken Offline To Protest Game Issues

11/16/2014, Gamers who have been trying to play the World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor expansion over the past few days have probably run into many issues, such as quests not behaving the way they should, extremely long queues trying to get in the game,...

Bungie Details Destiny Iron Banner 2.0

11/16/2014, As part of its weekly update blog post Bungie has detailed Iron Banner 2.0. The developer writes that in Iron Banner 2.0 Lord Saladin will be making a return to the Tower, and that his reappearance is intentional. Saladin was sent packing after a surprise...

Sony Ships 13.5 Million PlayStation 4 Units

11/16/2014, November 2013 was a month that gamers around the world were anxiously waiting for. It was in November when the Sony PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Xbox One were released. Both consoles went on sale in select markets at first before gradually landing in...

Driveclub DLC Goes Free As An Apology For Botched Launch

11/16/2014, On October 7th 2014 the much awaited game from Evolution Studios, Driveclub, was released. It was supposed to be a launch title for the PlayStation 4 last November but the release was pushed back by almost an entire year. When it finally did launch,...

Ubisoft Suggests Internet Disconnect For Better Frame Rates

11/14/2014, The issues that plague Assassin’s Creed Unity across all the different platforms are nothing new now, and it certainly has been a disappointing gaming experience for some of the gamers out there who happen to have pretty high hopes for the latest title....

Blizzard Issues Second Round Of Hearthstone Bans For Botting

11/14/2014, Botting in games that require a lot of grinding makes sense. It doesn’t make it right, but it makes sense as grinding for experience points and farming for gold can be a very tedious task. However to bot a card game does seem a little odd, but people do...

Blizzard Confirms Warlords Of Draenor Launch Hit By DDoS Attacks

11/14/2014, It was just yesterday that the World of Warcraft expansion Warlords of Draenor had gone live and with some many players logging in at once and trying to complete the same quests as others, it is understandable that server queues might be long and there...