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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.


Official Warcraft Movie Logo Makes Its Debut

07/25/2014, We know that many of you guys are looking forward to the World of Warcraft movie. Say what you will about movies based on video games, but given the popularity of the Warcraft franchise and the sheer number of players Blizzard has managed to command until...

World Of Warcraft Horde Chopper Now Redeemable In-Game

07/24/2014, World of Warcraft is one of Blizzard’s top money makers and one of the more older MMORPGs still around and active. The game still has many players who enjoy the game and it was a few months ago that Blizzard launched a web series called Azeroth...

Destiny Beta Now Open To Everyone

07/24/2014, So we know that the Destiny beta is live on both the Xbox and PlayStation platforms, so for gamers who have pre-ordered the game, you guys should be able to enjoy the beta as we speak. However if you have not purchased the game and want to get in on the...

Twitch Host Mode Lets Channels Play Streams From Other Users

07/24/2014, Gameplay streaming service Twitch has announced a new feature which brings it closer to broadcast TV. Twitch users will be able to promote streams from other users during their downtime. They will essentially be able to host another user’s gameplay...

Batman Arkham Knight Red Hood DLC Exclusive To GameStop

07/24/2014, We reported yesterday that it was possible for Batman Arkham Knight to have yet another story-based DLC that revolves around the Red Hood. A Harley Quinn story pack for the title has already been announced. The leaked promotional image hinted that...

Pacific Rim Oculus Rift Demo Lets You Experience Fighting Kaijus

07/24/2014, We’re sure many of you guys were in awe of the robots in the movie Pacific Rim, and we’re sure many of you were wondering just how it would feel like to pilot one of them. Well if you are curious, you’re in luck because at the San Diego Comic-Con,...

Crash Bandicoot Is Not Off The Table, According To Naughty Dog

07/24/2014, Back in the day of the original PlayStation, it would be impossible to see the PlayStation not showing off games like Crash Bandicoot as one of its demos. After all as far as consoles were concerned, the game was something of a breakthrough. Old school...

EA Giving Away The Sims 2 Ultimate Collection

07/24/2014, As you might have heard, EA is working on The Sims 4. The game is expected to be released in the near future, but in the meantime if you’re wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to games like The Sims, you might be interested to learn that...

Sony Agrees To Settle 2011 Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

07/24/2014, A few years ago back in 2011, Sony’s PSN was hacked. This was a huge deal as many had feared that their credit cards had been compromised. What made it worse was that Sony apparently knew that their defense systems were obsolete but yet did not make any...

Black Market And In-Game Currency Arrives For Titanfall

07/24/2014, We’re sure many of you guys have been playing Titanfall over and over again and participating in many matches. Well if you’re getting a little tired of the routine and want to spice things up, the folks at Respawn might have something for you....

Sony PS4 Firmware 1.75 To Introduce 3D Blu-ray Support

07/23/2014, Every piece of hardware needs a decent firmware to go along with it from time to time in order to make sure that it remains up to date for users as well as to keep up with the rest of the competition. The introduction of firmware has certainly helped...

Oculus Rift DK2 Pre-Orders Ships

07/23/2014, Good things come to those who wait, and patience is definitely a virtue if you have been waiting for what seems to be the longest time for the Oculus Rift DK2. Actually, it has just been four months as well as a self-imposed delay, but the first wave of...