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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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Pink Nintendo 3DS XL Headed To U.K. On May 31

04/22/2013, The latest Nintendo 3DS XL the U.S. will be getting is the Animal Crossing: New Leaf-exclusive device that features polka dots of images that are well known within the Animal Crossing world. But if you saw the new Luigi-themed Nintendo 3DS...

Nintendo 3DS Receives Screenshot Sharing Tool In Japan

04/22/2013, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime had some nice things to say about the company’s 3DS’ game sales over its two years of being available recently, and we’re sure he’ll have nothing but good things to say over a new...

Borderlands 2 Gun Replicas Created From Nerf Guns

04/22/2013, We think it’s safe to say Borderlands 2 has a lot of guns. The game probably has more guns than you can shake a stick at, especially if you’re the world champion stick shaker. But one Redditor decided he and a friend would take some Nerf guns...

Sega Pluto Prototype Goes Up For Auction For $7,600

04/22/2013, Last week we reported that a rare Sega Pluto prototype console made an appearance on the internet, and if you fancy yourself a collector who wants to own a piece of gaming history, you can now bid on the console. It seems that one of the two Sega Pluto...

Pong Played On Philadelphia Skyscraper

04/21/2013, Over the weekend, a Philadelphia skyscraper has ended up as being the world’s largest video game, where this is made possible thanks to a Drexel University professor who decided to make use of the building’s gigantic lights in order to display a...