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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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Ubisoft Clarifies Its Position Over Assassin’s Creed Unity Specs

10/12/2014, There’s a never-ending debate between PlayStation and Xbox owners about their respective platforms and as far as the latest consoles are concerned there has been evidence in PS4 video games to support that they have higher resolution as opposed to...

Sony Puts The Wheels In Motion For PS4 Launch In China

10/12/2014, Recently China relaxed its decade old ban on gaming consoles and both Microsoft and Sony were quick to confirm that their new consoles will indeed be released in the People’s Republic. While Sony’s plans are still not known Microsoft went...

Sony Announces PlayStation Experience Community Event

10/12/2014, This December fans of Sony’s gaming platform, PlayStation, have an excuse to go to Las Vegas. The company is going to conduct a “massive” community event spread out over two days and the event will be dedicated to PlayStation fans. This...

Over Three Million People Play Destiny Every Single Day

10/12/2014, If you happen to follow gaming related news you might have heard about the launch of Destiny last month. Bungie’s new title has set some records since it was released and Activision’s $500 million investment in the title hasn’t gone in...

New Lego Minecraft Sets Leaked

10/09/2014, This is not your average tech-related leak but its one that many Minecraft fans are going to appreciate. We already know that new Lego Minecraft kits are going to be released next month but courtesy of Mir Kubikov, a franchise Lego retailer based in...

Minecraft Movie Probably 2-4 Years Away From Being Ready

10/09/2014, With Minecraft being as popular as it is, we guess we can’t say we’re surprised that the game has spawned fanart, toys, collectibles, and according to a confirmation earlier this year, the game will be made into a movie as well. Now we’re sure some...

Assassin’s Creed Unity’s 30fps Framerate Explained

10/09/2014, A few days ago, Ubisoft revealed some of the potential specs of Assassin’s Creed Unity. The developer had stated that the game would run on 900p at 30fps on both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One, which unfortunately did not sit well with PS4 gamers...

Themes, Background Pics, Screenshots Coming To Xbox One Soon

10/08/2014, While most of us launch our consoles to play games, sometimes a little customization and personalization in the menus or dashboards wouldn’t hurt, right? Well the good news is that if you were wondering if the ability to customize your Xbox One’s...

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Cross-Buy Deal Confirmed

10/08/2014, Back in June Sledgehammer Games opened up pre-orders for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, the new title that comes after CoD: Ghosts. Even though the game has been delayed beyond its original release date there’s still a lot of hype surrounding it...

Blizzard Releases Patch 2.1.0 For Diablo 3 On Consoles

10/07/2014, If you own Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls – Ultimate Evil Edition on either the Sony PlayStation 4 or Microsoft Xbox One console, you will be pleased to learn that Blizzard has since issued Patch 2.1.0 for the game. It will bring about a host of new...

Nintendo 3DS Update Comes With Themes

10/07/2014, When we buy video game consoles like the Nintendo 3DS, chances are we are planning to play games with it. We might surf the web a little, chat with friends, but ultimately the goal here is to play games. Now we know that there are gamers out there who...

Microsoft’s Project Spark Has Been Formally Launched

10/07/2014, Towards the later part of 2013, Microsoft introduced Project Spark. For those who are unfamiliar with Project Spark, it is essentially a tool created by Microsoft to encourage gamers on both the Xbox One and Windows platforms to create games of their own....