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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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Grand Theft Auto 3 arrives on iOS and Android platforms next week

12/06/2011, The Grand Theft Auto franchise really took off in a big way when it hit the PS2, and the discovery of the Hot Coffee mod made it all the more famous, where you could wreak havoc in full 3D glory while getting your pent up carnal frustration loose in a...

Minecraft to add more stuff for iOS platform

12/06/2011, When it comes to Minecraft, there is quite a sizeable number of disciples so to speak, but surely it isn’t up to the number of Angry Birds fans. Still, we know that LEGO and Minecraft are star-crossed lovers, and here is some information from the...

Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand available for PS3 today

12/06/2011, If you own a PlayStation 3 and Battlefield 3 – today is a good day for you. The games’ first downloadable content – Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand is finally here – a week before it gets released on other platforms. Back to Karkand brings four...

Fruit Ninja plushies now on sale

12/06/2011, Are you a fan of the hit fruit-slicing mobile game, Fruit Ninja? Don’t you wish you could slice fruits in real life – just like you do in the game? Sure, you could attempt to slice some fruits with a real knife/sword, but what if you don’t...

Mozilla introduces gamepad support to Firefox

12/05/2011, It looks like Mozilla is about to take web gaming to a whole new level. The company has recently announced the introduction of the Gamepad API (application programming interface) which will let game developers enable gamepad access from within Firefox. At...

Microsoft Flight beta now starting to accept applicants

12/05/2011, If you’re a fan of flight simulator games, or Microsoft’s Flight series to be more specific, the good news is that you can sign yourself up to be a beta tester for the upcoming game. The beta is expected to begin in January so if you’re interested...

PSN Vita games to be 40% cheaper than retail?

12/05/2011, While everybody has been pretty upset over the high price of Sony’s proprietary memory cards for the PlayStation Vita, there might be a silver lining to this cloud. According to the folks over at thriftynerd.com who were at a PlayStation Vita event,...

Xbox 360 Metro dashboard update

12/04/2011, The long-awaited Metro update for Microsoft’s Xbox 360 is said to start shipping tonight, where it ought to hit your console some time later this week – clearly turning the Xbox 360 into a device that will wear yet another hat apart from the...

Sony defends PlayStation Vita memory card prices

12/02/2011, A few days ago, news of the PlayStation Vita memory card prices broke out and as expected - people weren’t too happy about it. Well, Sony Division 2 Software Development’s Head, Muneki Shima has decided to explain the reasoning behind the...

Half-Life 3 shirt spotted on a Valve employee

12/02/2011, Half-Life is one of the most loved first person shooters of all time, and everybody who has ever played Half-Life 2 (and the mini episodes after that) will probably tell you they’re looking forward to the next installment in the series. While Valve...

PlayStation 4 could be in the pipeline

12/02/2011, All right class, just what comes after the PlayStation 3? Why, it would be the PlayStation 4, of course. Needless to say, the PlayStation 4 is just a rumor at the moment, but I am quite sure that anything to do with a successor to the current PS3 will...

Star Wars trench run recreated in Minecraft

12/02/2011, Fans of Star Wars and/or Minecraft will probably appreciate this piece of machinima created by Grahame. Basically what Grahame has done here was to use the building blocks in Minecraft to recreate the entire ending sequence of Star Wars Episode IV: A New...