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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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Super Mario-themed proposal is surprisingly romantic

04/22/2011, For this week’s installment of uber-geeky news, we have a video clip of a guy proposing to his girlfriend (who happens to be a hardcore fan of the plumber extraordinaire, Super Mario). He decorated the walls of the living room where the proposal was...

Microsoft patents custom Kinect profiles

04/22/2011, The Kinect has been used in over 101 different applications and new ways to use the motion controller are being discovered on a weekly basis. It’s been Microsoft’s ingenious idea to release the controller out into the wild and let people go...

Child of Eden on PS3 is delayed until September

04/22/2011, This is awful news for PlayStation 3 gamers! The much-talked about rhythm music game Child of Eden by Q Entertainment’s Tetsuya Mizuguchi is delayed on the PS3 until September. In Child of Eden, gamers can use Kinect (Xbox 360) or PlayStation Move...

Nintendo DS Lite to be discontinued?

04/22/2011, It looks like another portable gaming console is about to get the ax (the PSPgo was announced as officially discontinued earlier this week in Japan), and the Nintendo DS Lite has been rumored to suffer the same fate albeit in the US. According to a leaked...

SNES controller turns Android phone into a gaming machine

04/22/2011, If you want an Android phone with physical buttons for gaming, you can opt to purchase a phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard or a Sony Ericsson Xperia Play. But if you like your current Android phone and you feel that there isn’t a need to...

Wii 2 controller will have a 6.2 touchscreen and eight buttons

04/21/2011, The excitement surrounding the Wii 2′s controller is building up tremendously. Already rumored-to-death to sport a 6-inch touchscreen, Kotaku says it’s confirmed with several sources that the controller will have a 6.2-inch touchscreen and...

Sony PSPgo not gone…yet

04/21/2011, We brought you earlier news of the Sony PSPgo being confirmed as “dead”, but that isn’t the case apparently now, as there seems to be a U-turn, or at least it just goes to show that the PSPgo has a longer life than what was originally...

Super Mario 3DS is a mix between Galaxy and N64 game

04/21/2011, It’s no secret that the Nintendo 3DS is short on must-have games to play. I’ve already beaten Ridge Racer 3D and I don’t see any games worth my $30. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D isn’t coming out until June and Dead or...

Alice: Madness Returns might be the last of a good thing

04/21/2011, According to video games legend American McGee, “Alice: Madness Returns” may very well be their last boxed product – at least for a while. McGee’s own studio, Spicy Horse, has drawn up plans for the next two years which include...

iBUYPOWER releases trio of gaming cards from AMD stable

04/20/2011, iBUYPOWER is no stranger when it comes to churning out gaming machines for the masses, and their past track record have been rather impressive to say the least. Well, the company has just announced a trio of new systems that will come with the powerful...

iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet prepped for May 2011 release

04/20/2011, We know that the iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet is real, and holds the distinction of being one of the rare few devices or ideas from ThinkGeek that actually made the jump from being a concept to the real deal. This device has already arrived at the FCC, which...