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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.


Diablo 3 Patch 2.0.5 Is Live, Improves Legendary Drop Rates

05/13/2014, Diablo 3 can be a pretty frustrating game since it usually involves a lot of grinding and farming, and leaving a lot to chance, especially since the drops in the game are pretty much RNG. Well the good news is that if you were a little frustrated at...

Microsoft Won’t Reward Early Xbox One Adopters Who Paid More

05/13/2014, Time and again the company has said that it won’t unbundle Kinect from Xbox One since its an integral part of the new experience. However merely six months after launch the company has changed course. Today it announced the launch of a Kinect-less...

Watch_Dogs 101 Trailer Shown

05/13/2014, Well, well, what do we have here? Apparently, we are inching towards Watch_Dogs‘ May 27th launch for both the Sony PS4 as well as its predecessor, the Sony PS3, and needless to say, just about everyone on the Ubisoft team is excited. It would be...

Microsoft Announces Xbox One Without Kinect For $399

05/13/2014, We recently picked up on a research report which claimed that by next year Microsoft is going to unbundle Kinect from the Xbox One. The main reason behind such a move would be to better compete with the PlayStation 4 on price. Microsoft isn’t...

Spell Up In Chrome Helps You Learn A Language Faster

05/13/2014, Some people are able to pick up a foreign language in a jiffy, while others would need to go through the tedious process of memorization initially before becoming a whole lot more comfortable with the different nuances of the particular language over the...

Consumer-grade GPUs Can Be Used To Analyze Tumor Images

05/12/2014, When we think of graphics processing units, or GPUs, we usually associate them with video games, or how they are used to help render graphics used in animation and whatnot. However it seems that apart from their use in video games, researchers have...

Watch Dogs For PS4 No Longer Listed With 1080p And 60fps

05/12/2014, Just the other day it was suggested that perhaps the best console to enjoy Ubisoft’s Watch Dogs on would be the Sony PlayStation 4. This is because of a listing on the Watch Dogs’ page which revealed that the game would run at 1080p and at 60fps, or...

The Last Of Us Remastered PS4 Release Date May Be August 7th

05/12/2014, It was back in March when we first heard that The Last of Us Remastered for PlayStation 4 will be released this summer. PlayStation’s Eurasian Software Market Manager Sercan Sulun initially let this slip on a cable network gaming show, adding that...

PS4 Driveclub Will Let Players Pay To Unlock Cars

05/12/2014, Microtransactions are a common practice in mobile games. Commonly known as in-app purchases they’re an alternate revenue stream for developers as well as an easy way out for players who want access to the next level without having to work their way...

Xbox One Beta System Update Brings Fixes For Game DVR And More

05/12/2014, Microsoft is running a beta upgrade program through which those who have signed up receive beta updates for its new console. The update lets testers try out the new features or fixes prior to general public release. Microsoft has released yet another...

NVIDIA Shield Gets Half-Life 2 (And Portal)

05/12/2014, After teasing us by sending a Half-Life crowbar late last week, NVIDIA and Valve have made it official: Half-Life 2 and Portal are coming to Android, but only on the NVIDIA Shield Android Portable Console for the time being. Portal was rumored since...

Play Mario Kart 8 At GameStop This Weekend

05/12/2014, Are you up to anything this coming weekend? If you happen to have plenty of time to burn, then perhaps you might be interested in dropping by one of the 2,700 plus GameStop stores over in the U.S. later this weekend (that would be May 17 and May 18 just...