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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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Watch Dogs For Wii U Will Not Be Getting Any DLCs

09/25/2014, Earlier this year, Ubisoft released one of their more anticipated titles, Watch Dogs. Thankfully for Wii U gamers, Ubisoft also revealed that they had a Wii U version in the works although it would be delayed and will see a launch on the 18th of November...

Ubisoft Launches Project Widow Assassin’s Creed Unity Tie-In

09/25/2014, In case you haven’t heard by now, Ubisoft’s upcoming Assassin’s Creed Unity will be set in the city of Paris, France. Now as with most cities, there is a lot of rich history and culture to be uncovered, and so to tie-in with the game and provide...

Steam Music Player Finally Exits Beta

09/25/2014, While gamers could always listen to music on their computers while playing their video games, controlling it was a bit tricky unless you had dedicated media keys on your keyboard, so if you wanted to change songs, pause, play, skip a track, and etc.,...

Xbox One Sales In Japan Continue To Be Disappointing

09/25/2014, The Xbox One is Microsoft’s latest gaming console at the moment and it is in direct competition with the likes of the Sony PlayStation 4, and possibly the Nintendo Wii U if you want to take into account all next-gen consoles. Now the console has...

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Finally Makes Its Way Onto The Mac

09/25/2014, While there are many popular apps available on Windows that are also available on the Mac, this unfortunately cannot be said for video games. Most developers tend to release games for Mac after the PC version, and sometimes this can take months or even...

Final Fantasy IV Now On Steam

09/24/2014, Some time last week, we did mention the very real possibility of seeing Final Fantasy IV released on the PC platform, and here we are one week later with the answer to that question. Final Fantasy IV has indeed been released for the PC via Steam, and...

Warlords Of Draenor System Requirements Revealed

09/24/2014, While Blizzard’s World of Warcraft is a pretty old game, there are still many players who are actively playing it. In fact we can only imagine that Blizzard will most likely see a rise in subscribers once Warlords of Draenor has been released, which at...

Titanfall IMC Rising Trailer And Release Date Revealed

09/24/2014, Titanfall is without a doubt one of the best performing games out there. We have known for a while that the third and final map pack for this game will be released later in this year and today EA has finally revealed the Titanfall IMC Rising trailer and...

Nintendo: Australian Nintendo 3DS Can Play UK Games

09/24/2014, If you happen to reside in the U.K. as well as in the rest of Europe, and have set your eyes on the spanking new Nintendo 3DS without wanting to worry about the hassles of region locking, here is an idea – why not import one of these puppies over...

Diablo 3 Patch 2.1.1 Released

09/24/2014, You might still be mourning for the fact that Blizzard has decided to cancel the past 7 years’ of hard work invested into the Titan MMO, but here is some news that might just lift up your day – apparently, the gaming company has just introduced...

Super Smash Bros. 3DS Maintains Top Spot In Japan

09/24/2014, Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 3DS is a hit game – but just how “hot” has it been since its release? Well, sales figures for Super Smash Bros. 3DS continue to fly through the roof, moving more than enough units for it to maintain its top spot...

Microsoft Cube Is No Borg

09/24/2014, It looks like third-party developers have become more or less enamored by coming up with some really cool stuff that will work alongside Kinect, and in a move that will surely go down well with third-party developers, Microsoft themselves showed that they...