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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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Kinect hacked to let you play World of Warcraft sans keyboard

12/28/2010, AFK – Away From Keyboard, is an acronym that most computer savvy users are familiar with, but it brings a new meaning this time around with a spanking new Kinect hack that allows one to play World of Warcraft sans a keyboard. This is actually a...

Babysitting Mama creeps us out

12/28/2010, I don’t know about you, but those dolls that close their eyes when you put them to a lying down position, only to have them open those eyelids when upright just creep me out. If dolls are your thing, then you might want to check out the new...

Pokemon Black and Pokemon White release dates announced

12/28/2010, Who would have thought that the Pokemon phenomenon could have lasted for so many years, even until now? There doesn’t seem to be any end in collecting them all, and Nintendo just announced that Pokemon Black and Pokemon White will be arriving on the...

PlayStation Phone to arrive in April?

12/28/2010, We’re still patiently waiting for Sony Ericsson’s upcoming PlayStation Phone, rumored to be dubbed the Xperia Play. Now word is going around that we might not have to wait too long as a Japanese newspaper, the Asahi Shimbun, claims that the phone is...

Project LovePlus features a boyfriend lock to identify you

12/27/2010, You might have heard of the Project LovePlus game before, a dating simulator that is quite popular over in Japan. We also know that the upcoming Nintendo 3DS features front- and rear-facing cameras. Now the game will be making use of the front-facing...

Legend of Zelda prototype discovered

12/27/2010, Who says archeology is boring – especially when we’re talking about digital archeology. Someone managed to dig up a prototype version of Legend of Zelda for the NES, where this early build was released internally and not meant for public...

Dungeon Defenders looks gorgeous for Android devices

12/27/2010, Smartphones have gotten more and more powerful these days, so it is not surprising to see them feature better and better games, sporting superior graphics even to the Nintendo DS (but certainly not losing out to the Sony PSP either), and have grown to be...

The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past recreated in Minecraft

12/27/2010, Minecraft has been the platform of some pretty amazing projects, where among them include a recreation of Bioshock’s Rapture to a life-sized Starship Enterprise. Well, how about bringing one of the all time video game greats to life in Minecraft?...

Scruble Cube offers something different for brainiacs

12/27/2010, What happens when Scrabble and the Rubik’s Cube meet? Well, you end up with the Scruble Cube, a unique mish mash of elements from both games in a 4 x 4 configuration to create a new spelling challenge that you can go at it solo, or challenge an...

Thrustmaster T500RS racing wheel goes official for $599.99

12/26/2010, We previously caught the tease from Thrustmaster about the T500RS steering wheel for Gran Turismo 5 and now the company has made the official announcement. As expected, the wheel will set you back quite a bit and asks for $599.99 in order to serve you....

Nintendo 3DS pre-orders available at GameStop

12/26/2010, Looking forward to receiving the Nintendo 3DS in your next logical console upgrade path? Well, you will be pleased as punch to know that GameStop has just opened up pre-orders for the device, and do it in the store itself – that means you...

Sony on track to sell 15 million PS3 consoles for its fiscal year

12/23/2010, With Christmas almost here and 2010 nearly over, companies out there are busy trumpeting their sales figures. While it was reported that Amazon shipped nearly 8 million Kindle eBook readers, it has been confirmed that Sony’s PlayStation 3 gaming...

Kinect hack for Pong

12/23/2010, Another day, another Kinect hack. At this rate, the Kinect will certainly be one of the more versatile gaming accessories to date, considering the amount of modifications done in its coding to apply to various situations in life. This time around, the...