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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.

Hottest Topics: GDC 2014 Coverage | Oculus Rift (Oculus DK2 Review vs. Sony Morpheus Review) | PlayStation 4 (PS4 Review) | Xbox One (XB1 Review)

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Street Fighter II Played By Fish

08/20/2014, Fish are not exactly the smartest creatures on the block, so how the heck are they supposed to be able to handles stuff like games? Well, we have seen Grayson the betta fish handle Pokemon in the past, but this time around, here we are with another Twitch...

Blizzard Not Optimistic About World Of Warcraft’s Growth

08/20/2014, According to earlier reports, it seems that Blizzard’s World of Warcraft active subscriber base has dropped again. This hardly comes as a surprise because not only is the game old, but also because of the lack of new content, gamers have probably...

500GB Media Drive For Xbox 360 Spotted On Microsoft’s Website

08/20/2014, While we’re sure many gamers out there plan to eventually upgrade their consoles to next-gen consoles, like the Xbox One or the PlayStation 4, there are probably some gamers who are hoping to get an extra year or two of gaming on their current consoles...

Survey Finds Most Game Developers Would Want To Work At Valve

08/20/2014, There are many game developer studios around, many of whom create pretty amazing games. We’re sure many of you guys are wondering what it would be like to work for some of these companies, to be responsible for creating a game that everyone knows and...

Biohazard Revelations 2 Box Art Spotted

08/19/2014, There world does not look as though they are about to get weary when it comes to zombies populating and dominating the earth in a post apocalyptic setting, although when it comes to zombies, one does think of the paradox – they’re all flesh and...

Additional Driveclub Details Revealed

08/19/2014, There’s an acute shortage of driving titles on the PlayStation 4 and owners of Sony’s console like me are anxiously waiting for Driveclub to be released. This title was supposed to be a launch title for PS4 however it was delayed. It will now...

Man Pays For Son’s Xbox Live Debt

08/19/2014, It does look as though the younger generation is unable to get control of their finances, so much so that some of them are willing to wade into debt not through the purchase of physical products, but rather, taking the online route and purchasing virtual...

Madden 15 Brings CoachGlass App For PlayStation 4

08/19/2014, Electronic Arts has announced that Madden 15 is going to bring CoachGlass second screen experience, previously exclusive to the Xbox One, to the PlayStation 4. The official blog post was penned by Madden NFL 15 assistant producer Jake Stein who shed some...

Razer Counter Logic Gaming Razer BlackWidow Keyboard Unveiled

08/19/2014, When it comes to gaming peripherals, it is pretty safe to say that the name Razer invokes an image of quality and performance, and it is noteworthy to mention that the company has just announced the unveiling of the Razer Counter Logic Gaming Razer...

92% Of PC Games Sold In 2013 Were Digital [Report]

08/19/2014, Back in the good old days, getting your hands on a PC game would mean heading down to your local gaming retail store and picking up a physical copy of the game itself. That practice is still in effect, although based on the latest numbers gathered by...

Ubisoft Might Stop Developing PS3, Xbox 360 Games After 2015

08/19/2014, So we know that Ubisoft has two Assassin’s Creed games this year – Assassin’s Creed Rogue and Assassin’s Creed Unity. The former has been designed for current-gen consoles like the PS3 and the Xbox 360, while the latter has been designed for...

Nintendo Copyright Stops Pokemon Fan Project In Its Tracks

08/18/2014, So, you’ve gotten yourself a 3D printer recently and cannot wait to get started on your own project. So did Claudia Ng, where one of her first projects happened to be creating a Pokémon-themed planter for a friend, as you can see above. After that, she...