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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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Gameloft and Verizon to bring in-game voice chat over 4G LTE

01/23/2012, It looks like Verizon’s 4G LTE network will have more usage purposes on smartphones in the future. In addition to letting you stream your music, movies and download large files quickly – you’ll be able to use it for in-game voice chatting...

Street Fighter pixel art created in Minecraft

01/23/2012, Minecraft is one of those games that lets you do pretty much everything you want to do when it comes creating artwork using colored boxes. From stuff like the Star Wars trench run to Super Mario Land recreated in stop motion – pretty much everything can...

Counter-Strike 1.6 recreated with Unity engine

01/20/2012, If you miss playing Counter-Strike but don’t want to bother reinstalling on Steam or digging up old CDs of the game, you’re in luck. A couple of developers have managed to recreate Counter-Strike 1.6 with the Unity engine and files from the...

Hooked helps you find Android games

01/20/2012, With almost 25,000 games on the Android Market right now, how does one sift through all the games to find something they like? Sure, the featured games and charts do help to a certain extent, but a lot of games often go unnoticed there, especially if they...

Sega Dreamcast 2 concept

01/20/2012, The Sega Dreamcast was released to plenty of accolades and bouquets, but it is sad to see the console die such a quick death due to Sega bleeding money in the hardware department. The Sega Dreamcast is basically the right console at the wrong time, and if...

NES console has world’s largest video game controller record

01/20/2012, The humble NES, a device that ensured kids preferred staying indoors rather than to play in the real world outdoors since the 1980s, certainly deserves a place in video game pantheon. Well, there is another feather to add to its cap which is already...

Zelda NES case mod features a light-up Link [Updated]

01/20/2012, There have been case mods done in the past, although if you’re a Zelda fan you might get a kick out of this. This Legend of Zelda case mode for the NES was done by Ryan Fitzpatrick with the help of console painter Jayrod2. Based on the photo above of...

DIY Assassin’s Creed arm-blade looks dangerous

01/20/2012, Are you a fan of the Assassin’s Creed franchise? If you have played the game before, you will know that one of the iconic weapons used by your character in-game is the hidden arm-blade. Well if you have plans to cosplay as Desmond Miles this year, you...

Resident Evil 6 officially confirmed

01/20/2012, Fans of the zombie apocalypse brought upon Raccoon City by the Umbrella Corporation will be glad to know that there’s a new game in store for the franchise. Capcom announced today that the next Resident Evil game, Resident Evil 6 is in the works and...

Doom 2 on the TI-nspire calculator now in color

01/19/2012, While Doom can be found running on smartphones and portable consoles of today, there’s something about playing the game on a calculator which gives it an even more nostalgic feel. We previously reported about Doom running on a TI graphing calculator...

Mass Effect 3 minium PC system requirements revealed

01/19/2012, If you’re planning on playing Mass Effect 3 on your PC rather than a console such as the Xbox 360 or the PlayStation 3, BioWare has just released both the minimum and recommended requirements that you would need in order to get the game up and running...

Fit Freeway app helps you burn calories while you game

01/18/2012, When the Nintendo Wii was first released, many naysayers claimed that this particular “waggle controls” setup would never go anywhere, but it seems that subsequent sales of the Wii proved that very same group wrong. Since then, Sony and...