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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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Donya offers gamepad stickers for your touchscreen display

03/28/2011, When it comes to portable gaming, nothing really beats a dedicated handheld gaming device, but somehow, smartphones have caught up dramatically in terms of hardware specifications and its ability, so even the iPhone and other high-end Android-powered...

Japan’s Love With the 3DS Over? Boatloads of Used 3DS in Stores

03/28/2011, It looks like the honeymoon with the Nintendo 3DS in Japan is already over, while folk in the U.S. are just getting their hands on the glasses-free 3D handheld. Several Japanese blogs are reporting that there is an abundance of used 3DS systems being sold...

VR Fruit Ninja Game Hack Makes Slashing Fruit Even More Fun

03/28/2011, As if slashing flying fruit in the popular iOS and Android game Fruit Ninja wasn’t already fun enough, a bunch of intrepid German students got together and hacked a life-sized virtual reality version of the game. Using a 3D motion tracking system...

Nintendo 3DS games require 2-3x larger budgets than DS

03/28/2011, Did you buy a shiny new Nintendo 3DS over the weekend and are now left scratching your head at the lack of decent games to play on it? Ridge Racer? Haven’t we played that game on like almost every single console already? Nintendogs + Cats? Is that...

3DS Hit With “Black Screen of Death” Crash Error

03/28/2011, After what appears to have been a very successful launch for Nintendo in both the U.K. and the U.S. over the weekend, it appears reports of a “black screen of death” are plaguing many new 3DS systems. The black screen of death reported on...

Kinect Used to Teach Kids in South Africa

03/25/2011, Microsoft’s Kinect is taking the world by storm. Not only have 10 million Kinect’s been sold, but its also gained a slew of unofficial hacks that move it beyond a gaming peripheral. Take for example, Microsoft’s new trial at the Lakeside...

Real Racing 2 HD for iPad 2 Can Support Full 1080p Video Output

03/25/2011, Say hello to Firemint’s Real Racing 2 HD, the one of the first iPad 2 games to support full 1080p HD video output without upscaling. When Apple unveiled the iPad 2 earlier this month, it also announced a new iPad HDMI adapter that lets you mirror...

MSI GX680 offers bigger and better innards

03/25/2011, MSI ups the ante when it comes to gaming notebooks, as their latest rig, the GX680 will carry better components than the rest. Known as the MSI GX680, you won’t find it wanting where processing power is concerned with an Intel Core i7 2630QM...

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...