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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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Diablo 3 closed beta testing begins today

09/20/2011, If you’ve signed up to be a beta tester for Diablo 3, I would keep an eye on my inbox over the next few days if I were you – Blizzard has announced that the closed beta test for its highly anticipated game begins today and it has begun issuing...

Gearbox wants your help for the next Duke Nukem game

09/20/2011, Remember we previously reported about Gearbox mentioning that they had plans to create their own Duke Nukem game? Well, it looks like they’re going to start work on it pretty soon because the company has just posted up a survey about Duke Nukem...

Fusion Micro combines the GameCube with the PSP

09/20/2011, If modding is your thing, you may have come across our report yesterday where someone managed to get Nintendo Wii games up and running on their Android tablet. Now it looks like there’s another mod out there but this time it combines the Sony PSP...

Resident Evil 4 HD makes classic look far better than ever before

09/19/2011, When Resident Evil 4 first rolled out for the Nintendo GameCube all those years ago, it was quite the successful game, being a departure from the franchise by focusing far more on the action than anything else. Well, it is nice to know that sometimes...

PS3 3.72 system software update coming your way

09/19/2011, Own a Sony PS3? Well, it goes without saying that getting your console updated to the latest firmware or system software version is always a good thing – assuming the latest update is not gimped. I’m not saying that Sony’s latest PS3...

Sony PlayStation Vita to feature less annoying firmware updates?

09/19/2011, One of the great things about today’s video game consoles is the fact that their firmware can be updated to fix bugs, patch holes and introduce new features without you having to buy a new system. One of the bad things about these patches is that...

Microsoft Xbox 360 Live TV launching soon?

09/19/2011, It looks like Microsoft is aiming to get its Xbox 360 console into the living room of everybody out there. According to reports, Microsoft is in the midst of discussions with Comcast and Verizon to turn the Xbox 360 console into a set top cable box....

Call of Duty Elite PlayStation 3 beta launched

09/19/2011, When Call of Duty Elite was first announced back in May, people were pretty upset over the idea of it, with fans of the game disliking Activision’s decision to make gamers pay for premium content on the social-networking service. Well nothing much...

Vuzix Wrap 1200VR Video Eyewear lets you game in 3D

09/19/2011, Remember the Vuzix Warp 1200 3D that was released last month? Well, Vuzix has decided to release an updated version of the cinema-in-your-glasses experience with the launch of its Wrap 1200VR. Designed especially for gaming, it features a 16:9 widescreen,...

DC Universe Online free to play in October

09/19/2011, Wow, it looks like yet another game is yet taking the free to play route that seems to be the trend for a lot of online games recently. Star Trek did it not too long ago, and now Sony Online Entertainment has just announced that its popular MMO – DC...

Play Wii games on your Android tablet

09/19/2011, Are you interested in being able to play Nintendo Wii on your Android tablet? We’re not sure why you would want to do that, perhaps for novelty value? Well either way, Obiwan222222 has come up with a way to play your Nintendo Wii from your Android...

6ft tall Tetris game controlled with DDR mats

09/19/2011, Are you a fan of the game Tetris and/or Dance Dance Revolution (DDR)? If you are, three MIT students have found a way to play a 6 foot tall LED matrix game of Tetris while using the DDR mat as a controller.

PlayStation Vita will be region free

09/19/2011, Great news for people who love playing foreign and imported games on their video game consoles: If you’re planning to purchase the PlayStation Vita, the portable console won’t be region-locked. This means that you’ll be able to play...

Gamers crack AIDS puzzle

09/19/2011, You know, glowing kittens and cats isn’t the only way to keep the AIDS scourge at bay – it seems that gamers might have a role to play in the fight against this relentless virus. Researchers over at the University of Washington have joined...