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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.


OMGPop Shuts Down, Cost Zynga $450k A Day

06/05/2013, It was just last year when OMGPop’s game, Draw Something, was something of a huge hit, to the extent where screen captures of the game started appearing on my Facebook newsfeed. Due to huge popularity, Zynga decided to acquire the company, hoping that...

DICE Teases Surprises For E3 2013

06/05/2013, The other day thanks to a forum sighting, it seemed that DICE’s Mirror’s Edge 2 could be announced in the near future, with domain registrations seemingly backing up that possibility. Either way we guess E3 is the perfect venue for the developer to...

Nintendo Wii U Rumored For Price Cut Announcement During E3

06/05/2013, With E3 just around the corner, we’re sure many are eagerly waiting to see what Nintendo might have to offer in terms of games. However would a price drop for the console be something you’d be interested in? That might be the case because according to...

Blizzard Announces “Spawning” Feature For StarCraft 2

06/05/2013, If you have a friend who’s thinking about joining you in StarCraft 2 but is not sure if they should purchase the game, chances are you have probably heard of the Starter Edition version of the game where gamers. While this will let players enjoy some...

Harmonix Assures Fans That Rock Band Will Return In The Future

06/05/2013, I’m not sure about you guys, but I still enjoy games like Rock Band, Guitar Hero and all that jazz, and if you share those sentiments, you might be pleased to learn that Harmonix has not abandoned the franchise entirely. The company recently revealed...

Microsoft’s Xbox E3 Trailer Revealed

06/05/2013, During Microsoft’s announcement of the Xbox One a while back, they focused mainly on the hardware, although they did state that they would be focusing more on the games come E3. Well if you’re wondering what sort of games we might be looking...