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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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NVIDIA Shield Delayed Due To “Mechanical Issue”

06/26/2013, NVIDIA has just announced that it will delay the shipment of its SHIELD Android game console to “July” (from June 27) as it has found a mechanical issue in (what is probably) the first batch of product. According to NVIDIA, a “3rd...

World of Warcraft Hacked; Blizzard Working On Resetting Accounts

06/26/2013, World of Warcraft may not have been in the limelight as much as it has been in the past, but we know there are those of you who regularly feed your Warcrack addiction. World of Warcraft players have sinked several years into the game, which is why hearing...

American McGee Launches OZombie Kickstarter Campaign

06/26/2013, 20Gamers might probably be familiar with American McGee who helped create the twisted version of Alice in Wonderland, which was known as American McGee’s Alice. A sequel was then released and if you have enjoyed McGee’s take on a classic children’s...

Sony Launches Indie Games Channel For PS Vita Gamers

06/26/2013, Journey is probably one of the more well-known indie titles available for the Sony PlayStation 3, and it looks like Sony’s commitment to indie developers has not faltered as the company has recently launched a new Indie Games channel for its PS Vita...

PS4 Will Have Superior Graphic Fidelity, Says Sony

06/25/2013, Now that Microsoft has reversed its position on the DRM and Internet connectivity requirements to what basically amounts to today’s rules on Xbox 360, gamers have been much more calm, even though small pockets of distrust still exist. In a recent...