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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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X-Gaming USB Joystick: a two-player arcade controller for your PC

03/27/2012, If you miss the days of going head to head against your friends at the arcade back when you were younger and wish you could recreate those memories, the X-Gaming USB Joystick might be for you. This heavy duty joystick plugs into your computer via its USB...

Kinect for Windows 1.5 arriving in May

03/27/2012, Yesterday Microsoft revealed some interesting details about its plans for Kinect for Windows. According to an official blog post, Kinect for Windows will be launching in 19 more countries in the coming months – folks in Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan,...

Assassin’s Creed III will be available in three special editions

03/27/2012, Assassin’s Creed III is set for an October release and according to Ubisoft, it will be available in three different editions (on top of the standard edition): Freedom Edition, Join or Die Edition and the Special Edition. Based on the description of...

ARM-based Xbox Lite rumored for E3 launch

03/27/2012, While it seems unlikely that we will be seeing a next-generation Xbox revealed by Microsoft this year, MS Nerd has come forward with a new leak that they claim was revealed to them by an insider regarding a possible launch of an Xbox Lite at E3 which will...

Temple Run finally makes its way onto Android

03/27/2012, A couple of weeks back we reported that popular iOS game, Temple Run, would finally be making its way onto Android devices, and keeping true to their word is Imangi Studio who announced that the game has launched onto Android today, bringing Android users...

Gamestop says next Xbox won’t have anti-rental technology

03/23/2012, There have been some rumors floating around saying that the next-generation Xbox console will feature anti-rental technology, meaning that the console would be able to lock out players if the system detects that the game they’re trying to play...

Angry Bird slingshot mounted on the Seattle Space Needle

03/23/2012, To commemorate the launch of Angry Birds Space yesterday, Rovio and T-Mobile teamed up to create the largest Angry Birds Space art installation in the world: a 300 foot tall slingshot and Angry Bird mounted on the Seattle Space Needle. While they...

Angry Birds Space won’t be arriving on Windows Phone

03/23/2012, Bad news for Windows Phone owners out there. Rovio’s latest game, Angry Birds Space, won’t be making its way over to the Microsoft platform anytime soon. According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Rovio’s chief marketing officer...

16-year old creates graphing calculator in Minecraft that works

03/23/2012, What happens when you combine the brilliance of a 16-year old teenager who has a love of programming as well as Minecraft? You end up with a working graphing calculator inside the game, but I do not think that this will graphing calculator will make its...

Kinect adventure game prototype powered by emotions

03/23/2012, We have seen the world of video games evolve from standard physical controllers to the novelty (which actually works quite well, actually) of motion-controlled games, with the Kinect from Microsoft spearheading the effort of using your entire body as a...