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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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Nightwing Bundle Pack now available

11/02/2011, Are you a teen, own an Xbox 360, and absolutely love all things Batman? If you answered in the affirmative to all three questions, then here is a little piece of good news for you – the Nightwing Bundle Pack for Batman: Arkham City is now available,...

Doom 3 engine ready for open source action

11/02/2011, Has any of you out there not played any game from id Software? Anyone? I suppose that during one time or another in your life, you would have crossed paths with John Carmack’s programming genius, whether it was killing Nazis in Castle Wolfenstein,...

Microsoft Kinect Holiday Bundle announced

11/01/2011, If you haven’t purchased the Kinect, the fastest-selling electronics device of all time, for your Xbox 360 yet, Microsoft is giving you another reason to this holiday season. The company has just announced the Holiday Bundle for the Kinect which...

Modern Warfare 3 Modes & Match Customization [Video]

11/01/2011, While Modern Warfare 3 does not have the cutting-edge graphics of Battlefield 3, its fans would argue that MW3′s multiplayer gameplay is pretty awesome (understand: “better”). Its creators have added modes, like “keep the...

Logitech Gaming Software Unifies Gaming Devices

11/01/2011, Logitech builds a number of gaming-related devices such as mice, keyboards and headphones. In the past, it has been using a set of drivers and software to control each – that’s how these line-up grow organically. But now that many of those...

Duke Nukem 3D on Android

11/01/2011, Duke Nukem 3D has arrived on Android and although there is some excitement going on, the first impressions are also (very) mixed. If you don’t know Duke Nukem, it was a classic game in the 90s and was in fact Doom’s nemesis. The action happens...

MechWarrior Online is free-to-play

11/01/2011, Have you ever played with any MechWarrior game in the past? I remember back in the days where the “SX” and “DX” suffix meant something for your desktop machine, and a Pentium ran MechWarrior II beautifully, while my 486DX 33Hz...

Shadowgun works with a PS3 controller on a Galaxy S2 [hack]

10/31/2011, We’ve previously seen Shadowgun played on a “TV console” thanks to the help of an Acer Iconia tablet and an Xbox 360 controller, and now some folks have managed take it up a notch by making it run on a Samsung Galaxy S2 (Shadowgun is...

Battlefield 3 sold 5 million copies in first week

10/31/2011, While we know that Battlefield 3 has clearly made quite a splash in the market, shipping close to 10 million copies of the game at launch, statistics show that the FPS title managed to sell 5 million copies in the first week of sales itself. It beat out...

StarCraft 2 AI looks promising

10/31/2011, Are you spending a chunk of your time each day with StarCraft 2? While seasoned RTS gamers will be able to find weaknesses in the artificial intelligence (AI) of games after a while, others who are new to the genre will definitely find it to be a...

Penguin rolls out Xbox Eagle Eye Version 3.0

10/31/2011, Xbox Eagle Eye Version 3.0 has just been introduced by Penguin, where it offers an advanced calibration function that claims to improve smoothness as well as synchronization for first person shooters (FPS). This is said to follow up on the success of the...

Kinect for Windows commercial program to launch next year

10/31/2011, When the Kinect was first released, it was an Xbox-only device, but developers quickly developed unofficial drivers to get it working on the computer, and soon came the onslaught of DIY Kinect-based projects (called “The Kinect Effect” by...

Exclusive EA games arriving on Nokia Windows Phone devices

10/30/2011, At Nokia World last week, Nokia announced its very first Windows Phone devices, which will be preloaded with some of the company’s own apps. Now, it looks like those Nokia apps aren’t going to be the only exclusive apps on the phones. EA Games...

Android tablet turned into a TV gaming console

10/30/2011, While tablets are still have a long way to go before they can replace our regular gaming consoles, they’re definitely headed in the right direction. The folks over at HDblog.it recently turned their Acer Iconia Tab A500 into a gaming system with the...