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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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Classic video game cartridges turned into external hard drives

02/04/2011, A seller going by the name of 8Bir Memory on the DIY store Etsy.com, has started selling old Super Nintendo game cartridges modified into external hard disk drives. The epitome of nerdiness? You bet. And we’re loving it. He has converted classic...

The Nintendo 3DS is one sturdy device

02/04/2011, The 3D glasses-free experience might be the selling point of Nintendo’s upcoming 3DS console, but just because it has a fancy display; it doesn’t mean that the rest of the device was ignored. In fact Nintendo has made it more resilient and...

The PlayStation 3 rootkit isn’t that new after all

02/04/2011, Remember the reports of the latest PlayStation 3 patch that was said to implement a rootkit into the system that would allow Sony to check and modify the files on your PS3 remotely? According to some recent re-examination of the PS3 terms and conditions,...

Battlefield 1943 and Onslaught for PC cancelled

02/03/2011, Bad news for Battlefield fans. DICE, the developers of the massively successful Battlefield franchise has announced on their official blog that Battlefield 1943 for the PC has been cancelled. After countless delays, the developers have finally thrown in...

An ostrich leather bound game control – now I’ve seen everything

02/03/2011, Want a joystick that is classy while at the same time not oozing with any bling or diamonds? Introducing the Hoon Entertainment System from Neo Legend and Hoon. This arcade-style game controller comes with a joystick and 10 buttons for your gaming needs....

Epic Games pokes fun at Call of Duty with Duty Calls

02/02/2011, Epic Games has just announced the launch of Duty Calls: The Calm Before The Storm, a free downloadable game that makes fun of Activation’s hit game, Call of Duty. Duty Calls is a first person shooter that mocks the military style gameplay and...

Mad Catz to roll out Microsoft-licensed headphones

02/02/2011, Mad Catz – a name that should strike a chord with most gamers out there, has just announced that they will be collaborating with Microsoft to roll out a range of licensed, co-branded audio headphones in the future under Mad Catz’s Tritton brand...

Crysis 2 minimum system requirements revealed

02/02/2011, The minimum system requirements to run Crytek’s upcoming FPS game, Crysis 2, have been revealed and no surprise – they match the recommended system requirements for the first Crysis. You might think this isn’t a big deal, but take into...

Bishop Cubes launched at last

02/01/2011, If you’re looking for something that is totally off the charts when it comes to a Rubik’s Cube clone (somewhat – in form but not in spirit), then the Bishop Cubes might just pique your interest. Touted to be the world’s most versatile,...

Angry Birds heading for the PC for free

02/01/2011, You know for sure that Angry Birds has grown into a cultural phenomenon when a movie is going to be shown later this year, while achieving 50 million downloads in the process. After all, who can argue with its popularity that has snaked across a variety...

Mario confirmed for Nintendo 3DS

02/01/2011, Hardcore fans of the jumping plumber should be excited to know that a new Super Mario game will be arriving on Nintendo’s upcoming gaming console, the Nintendo 3DS. As confirmed by the series creator himself, Shigeru Miyamoto, in a recent interview,...

Sony PlayStation 3 update might give Sony backdoor access

02/01/2011, Sony’s latest update for the PlayStation might have brought some new features to the console, disabled existing jailbreaks, and increased the console’s security. But there have been reports that the update does more than that. Apparently the...

OnLive launches $9.99/month flat-rate video game plan

02/01/2011, OnLive has officially launched their “PlayPack” plan that allows users to play as many games as they want for a monthly flat rate. One of the most requested features for the on-demand, instant-play video game service is finally here. OnLive...

PlayStation 3 Slim now in Silver

02/01/2011, Nearly 5 years after the PlayStation 2 Slim was announced in Silver, Sony has announced that they will be releasing a silver version of the PlayStation 3 Slim. The silver PS3 Slim hasn’t been announced to be arriving out of Japan but here’s to...