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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.


Tekken 7’s Release Date To Be Announced Next Week

01/19/2017, Are you excited to get your hands on the upcoming Tekken 7? The game has been announced for a while now and last we heard, it would be arriving for the PS4, Xbox One, and the PC. However the only question that remains is when will the game be released?...

Nintendo Switch’s Smartphone App Will Be Used To Matchmake Games

01/18/2017, With the Nintendo Switch, the company is certainly changing the way they do certain things. For starters the console will have a new paid online service that will be a first for the company, and it seems that there will also be an accompanying smartphone...

Nintendo Confirms New Fire Emblem Title For The Switch

01/18/2017, If the Nintendo Switch hopes to get off the ground and running, it will definitely need a bunch of games that gamers can play at the start, or at least within a short amount of time following its release. The console is expected to launch with titles like...

Blizzard To Roll Out New Overwatch Skins For Chinese New Year

01/18/2017, 🎊 Good luck and great fortune await! 🎊 pic.twitter.com/Az6XkHScV5 — Overwatch (@PlayOverwatch) January 19, 2017 The Chinese New Year is nearly upon us and it seems that Blizzard is eager to celebrate the festivities with Overwatch. In a...

Super Mario Run For Android Set For A March Release

01/18/2017, While Super Mario Run might have been an iOS exclusive at the start, Nintendo did state that they would eventually bring the game onto Android, although they did not say when. The good news is that you no longer have to wonder about that because Nintendo...

Resident Evil 7 Will Be An Xbox Play Anywhere Title

01/18/2017, The thing about owning a PC and a console is that sometimes you can’t decide which platform to buy a game on. There are of course various pros and cons, but suffice to say that no one likes having to pay for the same game twice. The good news is that...

Zelda Switch Resolution Won’t Be 1080p

01/18/2017, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be released for both Nintendo Wii U and the Nintendo Switch. If you’re wondering whether buying the new console to get more out of this game will be a wise decision, perhaps you would like to know that...

Splatoon 2 Will Reportedly Be Released August 18, 2017

01/18/2017, One of the games announced for the Nintendo Switch is Splatoon 2, the sequel to the original game. However it was not announced as to when the game will be released, but we know that it will not be launched alongside the console which is set for the 3rd...

Ubisoft Believes Nintendo Switch Will Have Same Impact As The Wii

01/18/2017, When the Nintendo Wii was launched, it was an odd console but it worked and gamers took to it. This led to Sony and Microsoft coming up with motion-based gaming solutions of their own. Then came the Wii U which was the successor to the Wii and in many...

The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Backstory Revealed

01/18/2017, The thing about RPGs is that they typically come attached with a story. Many video games in the past have demonstrated just how important a good story is, and from what we can tell from the expansive open world that is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the...

Legacy World Of Warcraft Server To Shut Down (Again)

01/18/2017, It seems that Nostalrius’ negotiations with Blizzard regarding creating an official legacy server did not go well because if you might recall, last December Nostalrius basically gave the code to the servers to the Elysium Project where they would run...

Ubisoft Now Offering 3 Hour Free Trial For Watch Dogs 2

01/18/2017, Back in the day finding a demo (or shareware) version of a game was pretty easy. Video game and computer magazines would be more than happy to bundle CDs packed with demos for video games and software, although oddly enough these days developers and...