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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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Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed bonus edition revealed

08/02/2012, If the upcoming Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is a game you’re looking forward to, the details behind the bonus edition have been revealed which basically includes a new track that has been inspired by Sega’s classic title, Outrun. It will...

ArenaNet to hold Guild Wars 2 stress test today

08/02/2012, Heads up gamers, ArenaNet has announced that later today at 12PM Noon Pacific Time to 4PM Pacific Time, they will be holding a stress test for Guild Wars 2. Instead of merely monitoring how their servers would handle the playerbase, this stress test will...

Droid X360 User Review (PS Vita Clone)

08/02/2012,   You may remember the Droid X360, a mobile gaming console that is a PS Vita clone that runs on Android. We had published about it, and shown a video demo. Well, one of our readers (Kirk S.) got his hands on one and has decided to review it in the...

Help Sony churn up a new DualShock 3 design

08/01/2012, So you have been a huge fan of the Sony PlayStation right from the get go, and love the PlayStation controller to bits all these years. Even when the Sony PS3 was released with the DualShock 3 controller, the basic form factor looked the same from all of...

Ouya introduces limited console edition during last week of funding

08/01/2012, Ouya, the $99 Android game console project, in entering its last week of fund raising on Kickstarter. The company raised $6M+ out of an original goal of $950,000 (it hit $5M 10 days ago). It is clear that support for the project has been overwhelming as...

Oculus Rift Virtual Reality headset convinces gaming stars [+video]

08/01/2012, Oculus is a young company that is working on what everyone else has given up on: a great consumer-level virtual reality headset. It was a huge trend in the 90s, but hardware and software developers ultimately bumped on two walls: 1/ the field of vision...

Hitman: Absolution Sniper Challenge makes its way onto PCs

08/01/2012, While Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers have been enjoying the Hitman: Absolution Sniper Challenge game which was a reward for pre-ordering it, it now looks like PC gamers who have pre-ordered the game will now be able to take part in the Sniper Challenge...

Did Blizzard tease the Diablo 3 armory on its Facebook page?

08/01/2012, One of the cool things about Blizzard’s World of Warcraft was that it had an Armory feature. For those unfamiliar, it was basically a portal online that players could access to view the characters, profiles and even 3D models of other players’...

Free Max Payne 3 DLC headed your way this August

08/01/2012, If you’re the type of gamer that burns through games pretty quickly, then DLCs are probably the sort of features and content that you look forward to. If you’ve completed Max Payne 3 already, you might be interested to learn that according to...

Patch 1.5.0 for Starcraft 2 now available

08/01/2012, Heads up Starcraft 2 gamers, we know that many of you guys are probably eagerly anticipating the upcoming Heart of the Swarm expansion, but if you’ve not stopped playing completely, you might be interested to learn that patch 1.5.0 has been released....