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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.


Wolfenstein Graphics Compared On The PS4, Xbox One, & PC

05/23/2014, When it comes to video games, people choose games for different reasons. Some choose a game because they like its story. Some people choose it for the gameplay. Others choose it for its graphics. While gameplay is the most important factor at the end of...

Nintendo NFC Will Feature In Wii U Smash Bros

05/22/2014, Nintendo has promised to have NFC technology featured in their games, but so far nothing concrete has been seen for all intents and purposes. Still, it looks as though this long awaited feature will finally make its way to Super Smash Bros. for the Wii U...

Titanfall Xbox 360 Patch Update 2 Arrives

05/22/2014, It looks as though Titanfall for Xbox 360 has run into its fair share of hiccups in the past, but at the very least, we now have word that an update for this particular title has gone live, which along with it will be accompanied by a slew of bug fixes....

Watch Dogs Launch Trailer Released

05/22/2014, While most video games tends to put the player in the role of a gun-toting or sword-swinging hero/heroine, Ubisoft’s upcoming game, Watch Dogs, will be slightly different. Instead of the typical hero/heroine role, players will be able to play as a...

GameStop Sees Increased Interest In Xbox One After Price Cut

05/22/2014, x oneWhen the Microsoft Xbox One was announced, it was priced at $499, a good $100 more than their rival, the Sony PlayStation 4. This meant that if gamers were still on the fence about either platform, they could end up leaning towards the cheaper PS4....

Ubisoft To Announce Five Games At E3 2014

05/22/2014, E3 2014 is nearly upon us and you know what that means, it means that we can look forward to hearing about new games, maybe new hardware, new accessories, and whatnot. Now if you’re a fan of Ubisoft’s games, you might be pleased to learn that the...

Minecraft For Xbox One, PS4 And PS Vita Release Confirmed

05/22/2014, If you’ve been wondering when Minecraft for next generation consoles is going to be released, wonder no more. It has finally been confirmed today that Minecraft for Xbox One, PS4 and PS Vita are going to be released in August. Current players will...

Weed Firm Pulled From Apple App Store

05/22/2014, To hear of Apple removing certain apps and games from their App Store is nothing new at all, as there are legitimate titles out there that certainly would be better off by being inaccessible to everyone regardless of age. However, some might question the...

Vivendi Sells Off $850 Million In Stock In Activision Blizzard

05/22/2014, Activision Blizzard’s current “owner” is Vivendi who pretty much owns the majority stock in the company. However as of today, Vivendi will be selling off another $850 million worth of stock in the company, leaving them with a remainder of 6% stake...

Microsoft Nearly Integrated The Kinect Into The Xbox One

05/22/2014, When Microsoft announced the Xbox One last year, it was quite a controversial launch. There were features about the console that felt limiting, and there was also its price which at $499 made it a harder pill to swallow, at least compared to the...

$4.6 Billion Spent On Gaming In The US In Q1 2014 [Report]

05/22/2014, The gaming industry is a booming one, and according to the NPD Group’s Games Market Dynamics report, it seems that total spending on video games in the US amounted to a whopping $4.6 billion in the first quarter of 2014 alone. Yes, you read that right,...

Epic Games Releases Tappy Chicken Built With Unreal Engine 4

05/22/2014, A couple of months ago, Epic Games announced that they would be licensing out Unreal Engine 4 to developers who wish to code with it. This came in the form of a subscription service which would cost $19.99 a month, and would also provide developers access...