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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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Game & Watch on your browser

03/24/2011, Remember those classic Game & Watch consoles from the late 1980s that captured your attention? Instead of looking at second hand shops for some of these potential electronic antiques, you can always rely on the wonders of modern technology, by playing...

Nintendo 3DS Region Lock: Confirmed

03/24/2011, Console and DVD users are very familiar with the region-lock concept: companies divide the world into sub-regions, and make sure that content bought in one region only works there. There are many reasons, but it mainly has to do with price control. This...

Xperia Play Games Could Cost as Much as $15

03/24/2011, The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is coming next month in the U.S., but what about the games? How much are you willing to pony up to play old PlayStation 1 games and new downloadable games on the Android-powered smartphone/gaming handheld device? No more than...

3DS Can Handle Unreal Engine 2 Says Ubisoft

03/24/2011, The Nintendo 3DS is quite the powerful little machine. If you’ve seen it running Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D or Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, you’ll know that it’s a very capable machine when it comes to pushing polygons. To...

CyberPower announces new NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 gaming PCs

03/24/2011, CyberPower, custom gaming PC manufacturer has just announced a new series of gaming desktops that feature the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 590 – “the fastest graphics card on the planet.” CyberPower power will feature the powerhouse graphics card in...

Portable NES Console lets you play Zelda on the go

03/24/2011, If you’re too retro for playing old school games on a modern gaming console like the PSP or your cellphone, this portable NES console mod is just for you. A modder named Doug recently finished creating his own portable NES console, and it looks...

Mil-Surplus Heli Helmet game headset looks far out

03/23/2011, The Mil-Surplus Heli Helmet game headset that you see here is truly one-of-a-kind, after all, it is a DIY project that sees plenty of love go into it. What used to be a bargain-bin surplus helicopter helmet that already has integrated speakers and a...

Mini MAME cabinet a DIY project

03/23/2011, Ed had some spare time on his hands, and coupled with a little bit of know how as well as a netbook that is no longer seeing much action, he decided to turn this netbook into a mini MAME cabinet for the rest of his family members to enjoy. First of all,...

iBUYPOWER Battalion 101 Sandy Bridge notebooks unveiled

03/23/2011, iBUYPOWER intends to spread more gamer love to the masses with three new Battalion 101 Sandy Bridge notebooks being announced. All three of them will feature the Intel Core i7-2630QM processor, and they are known by the model numbers Battalion 101...

Nintendo 3DS Game Manuals Warn Gamers: Nintendo Can Brick Systems

03/23/2011, Despite all of Nintendo’s attempts to block R4 flash carts from working on their DS handhelds, the hackers and pirates always seemed to prevail. For every firmware update and hardware revision Nintendo pushed out to squash game pirating, the hackers...

Xbox Live’s “Games on Demand” Downloads Continues to Rise

03/23/2011, Microsoft hasn’t hopped onto the Blu-Ray train for its Xbox 360 console yet because the company sees digital distribution as an increasingly important feature that will become the de-facto way to purchase video games in the future. According to a...