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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.


Sony PlayStation Gold Wireless Stereo Headset Unveiled

02/04/2014, Thankfully with the PlayStation 4, Sony bundled a headset with the console that would allow gamers to do voice chats while playing games in the event that speakers might be too loud. Unfortunately as is the case with most bundled headsets, they aren’t...

Metal Slug 3 For PC Now Available For Pre-Order

02/04/2014, Gamers, if you’re looking to relive some classic moments on your PC, you might recall that it was just last week that SNK Playmore’s Metal Slug 3 appeared on Steam as a closed beta. We also heard that the game would be seeing a release in February,...

Police-themed Battlefield Game Could Be In The Works

02/04/2014, The Battlefield franchise has seen different iterations throughout its life, but for the most part it has been military themed where the same can be said for its rival, Activision’s Call of Duty. That being said, EA has been receiving a fair amount of...

Over 32 Million Copies Of Grand Theft Auto 5 Shipped

02/04/2014, Grand Theft Auto 5, safe to say, was probably one of the more highly-anticipated games of 2013, given the popularity of the Grand Theft Auto franchise. The game has proven to be a huge success and according to earlier reports, the game managed to generate...

Minecraft Achieves Lifetime Sales Of More Than 35 Million To Date

02/03/2014, Now here is a game that just about any publisher would love to have released – one that is hugely popular among the masses, not to mention the fact that it has also made its way to various platforms. I am referring to Minecraft, where its sales on...

Satoru Iwata: New Nintendo Consoles Will Be Similar

02/03/2014, Nintendo is a company that seems to have lost their mojo recently, as the Nintendo Wii U has not done as well as expected by the company and fans. It would be a sad day indeed should Nintendo actually go the way of Sega and exit the hardware business...

ReROLL Game Uses Drones To Map Out Its Environment

02/03/2014, One of the reasons people play video games is to escape reality for a brief period of time. For the most part, games are set in a fictional world, whether it be medieval fantasy or sci-fi, but for those looking for something a little familiar and closer...

Nintendo Believes Free-To-Play Is Hurting Their Business

02/03/2014, The free-to-play model is no doubt a lucrative model for developers. After all with the game being free, getting gamers to check it out will not be too difficult. While this model might work for developers, it seems that not everyone is too thrilled about...

Nintendo Not Opposed To Mergers And Acquisitions

02/03/2014, With the company not doing as well as expected, what’s the future for Nintendo? Obviously they will not be releasing games onto mobile, as the company’s president, Satoru Iwata, has so emphatically claimed. However what Iwata did reveal was that the...

Flappy Bird Windows Phone Release ‘In 10 Days’

02/03/2014, Time and time again an app launches that instantly shoots to global fame in a matter of days. It may be a game or something as simple as a news reader, that particular app holds on to the spotlight no matter what the region or market is. The perfect...

Cheaper Xbox One Without Blu-Ray ($399), Denied By Microsoft

02/03/2014, The gaming web got all excited when rumors of a more affordable “all digital” Xbox One without a Blu-Ray disc would arrive to the market. Unfortunately for Xbox One fans in search of a good deal, Microsoft has confirmed that it has no intention of...

Ouya 16GB Launches At $129

02/02/2014, Ouya is one of the several Android powered gaming consoles that took the spotlight in 2013. When it was initially launched the console only came with 8GB of onboard storage, which as you might imagine wasn’t deemed to be enough. During the holiday...