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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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Music Unlimited and videos make their way onto the PlayStation Vita

03/08/2012, PlayStation Vita owners, we know that when the device was announced, Sony had expressed their plans to make the Vita into more than just a portable gaming device with the Music Unlimited service along with the video section in the PlayStation Store. Well...

Blizzard offers incentives for WoW players to come back

03/08/2012, If you’re feeling a bit lonely while playing World of Warcraft, and wish there was a way to get your friends to join you again, Blizzard has got the answer for you. The company recently announced a new and improved Scroll of Resurrection to the game...

AI Angelina creates own game: Space Station Invaders

03/07/2012, So, here we are where artificial intelligence (AI) is sentient enough to create its own game (as for the complexity of the game itself, that is a different story altogether), but don’t worry just yet – AI Angelina is not going to usher in a...

PlayStation Suite SDK open beta to reach developers next month

03/07/2012, Sony’s PlayStation Suite SDK (software development kit) open beta is set to be released to developers from next month onwards in a phased rollout. As for the official SDK launch, it will happen some time this year, although not so soon. Developers...

Sound Shapes is music based PS Vita title

03/07/2012, The PS Vita is still in its early years, and you can tell that titles on this platform should logically get more and more interesting. Here is a music-based title known as Sound Shapes, and some might not even consider this to be a game in the first...

EA announces three new Battlefield 3 expansions

03/07/2012, Heads up Battlefield 3 gamers, if you’re looking forward to more multiplayer gaming, EA has recently announced three new multiplayer expansions for the game that are expected to be released between June and winter, with the first being called Close...

Gigabyte P2542G hands-on

03/07/2012, [CeBIT 2012] Gigabyte announced a number of new notebooks at CeBIT 2012, including the P2542G gaming notebook which we got to spend some time with. Sporting a striking yellow back cover with a clean “Gigabyte” logo, the laptop is surprisingly...

Sim City 2013 confirmed, new trailer in tow

03/06/2012, At the turn of this month, we speculated as to whether Sim City 5 (at least that was the next logical title most folks thought up of, considering how Sim City 4 was the last in the series) will be released next year. Well, rumors are one thing, but...

Calibur11 Mass Effect 3 Vault available today

03/06/2012, Mass Effect 3 is slated to arrive tomorrow, but Calibur11′s latest cases have started shipping out and for those of who are thinking of picking one up for your Xbox 360 S or PlayStation 3 Slim, you can purchase one today. The Calibur11...

SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] gaming mouse introduced

03/06/2012, [CeBIT 2012] A few days ago we wrote about SteelSeries teasing us about a mouse with an integrated screen and today we know what it is. At CeBIT 2012 in Hanover, Germany; SteelSeries announced the introduction of its SteelSeries Sensei [RAW] mouse....

Kinect offers creative expressions in classrooms

03/06/2012, The Kinect is not only meant to offer gamers a different method of playing instead of just twiddling their thumbs and mashing buttons with their fingers on a standard video game controller. No sir, with a little bit of creative thinking, Kinect will even...

Temple Run for Android coming March 27th

03/06/2012, Heard of Imangi Studios before? This unique 3-person studio was the tour de force behind the huge hit Temple Run, and since it was released in August 2011, it had been downloaded by 6% of America’s population, where Android users had to just sit...

Assassin’s Creed 3 in development for Nintendo’s Wii U

03/06/2012, It was just yesterday that Ubisoft officially took the wraps off Assassin’s Creed 3, revealing the upcoming game’s trailer and confirming that the game will be taking place during the American Revolution much like previous rumors and leaks had...

Rovio announces Angry Birds Cherry Blossom update

03/06/2012, Fans of the Angry Birds franchise will be pleased to hear that Rovio has outed yet another Seasons version of the game. This time round it seems that the Finnish company has turned their attention East and has revealed the Angry Birds Cherry Blossom...