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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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Bungie Banning Destiny Gamers On Modified Consoles

12/15/2014, While there are gamers out there who are perfectly fine with their consoles the way they are, there are some gamers who have resorted to modifying their consoles to give themselves a slight edge. Well no one really likes a cheater,  Bungie especially as...

Street Fighter V Gameplay Footage Released

12/15/2014, Just last weekend, Capcom had announced Street Fighter V. This is the next title in the Street Fighter series and if you’re wondering how the game plays, you might be pleased to learn that gameplay footage has been revealed. This is from an official...

Microsoft Bingo Hits Windows Phone

12/14/2014, If you were to roll back the clock earlier this year, you might have realized that Microsoft Bingo was released to the Windows 8.1 platform. Well, it seems that those who are rocking to the Windows Phone mobile platform no longer need to fret any more as...

New Nintendo Character Themed Controllers Headed For Wii U

12/14/2014, It seems as though those who are not too pleased with what their current Wii U controllers offer will be able to check out just what these upcoming ones will be like – since they will arrive in the form of Nintendo character themes, and will look as...

Amiibo Could Be Supported By Third Party Publishers

12/14/2014, Ah, Nintendo – they might not do so well with their latest console, the Wii U, amongst the midst of the other competitors, but this does not mean that Nintendo is at a dead end. Their collection of amiibo figurines (with some set to be...

Xbox One Could Receive Transparent Tiles

12/14/2014, So, the Xbox One managed to score a victory over its bitter rival, the Sony PS4, in the month of November – at least in the U.S. where hardware sales are concerned, but where does the console go from here? Word on the street has it that there will...

Assassin’s Creed Unity Receives 4th Patch Tomorrow

12/14/2014, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity was off to a rocky start. Gamers were irked by the bugs and various issues that they found in the game, and thus the criticism started. Ubisoft was quick to get to work in order to take care of those problems...

Sony Not Too Happy About Scalped 20th Anniversary PS4 Units

12/14/2014, If you are following news related to the gaming industry you might have heard by now that to commemorate the PlayStation’s 20th anniversary, Sony launched a limited edition 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4 that has a color scheme inspired by that of...

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare Sales 27 Percent Lower Than Ghosts

12/14/2014, Even though Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare went off to a good start, latest data from NPD shows that its sales are 27 percent lower than that of Call of Duty: Ghosts, the title that was released last year. This was detailed in a note by Piper Jaffray...

SaGa 2015 Announced For PS Vita

12/14/2014, Folks in North America might remember a title called Final Fantasy Legend which was introduced as the first Game Boy role-playing game. Now the SaGa series is set to make a comeback and that too on Sony’s portable console, the PlayStation Vita....