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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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Popular Gaming News


Mass Effect 2 demo ready to hit the Sony PS3

12/13/2010, Better late than never is the adage that PS3 owners will subscribe to as they hear of news of the Mass Effect 2 demo being made available to the PS3 console from next Tuesday onwards via the PlayStation Network. Once that happens, you will need to wait...

Yet another Kinect hack adds air guitar capability

12/12/2010, Do you imagine being a guitar god when you last played Guitar Hero and Rock Band? Well, there latest Microsoft Kinect hack has seen the air guitar concept being proliferated even further, thanks to the design by Chris O’Shea. This Air Guitar...

Kinect-enabled Autonomous Mini Robot Car Navigation

12/10/2010, We’ve seen Microsoft’s motion-sensing Kinect controller used as a radar for a Quadrocopter and now the folks from the University of Bundeswehr Munich have mounted the sensor on a robot car. It’s a 1:10 scale vehicle with the Kinect...

Rovio announces Bad Piggy Bank billing system

12/10/2010, Today is Angry Birds day, and while that doesn’t mean we can take a day off and play nothing but Angry Birds, this piece of news is related to the game’s developer, Rovio. Rovio has gone ahead with its new Bad Piggy Bank billing system without...

These Razer mice can’t light up

12/10/2010, Gaming is a dirty business, and when we say that, it comes in many facets and forms. After all, those of you who suffer from sweaty palms would definitely find out just how much dirt and grime can accumulate in between those nooks and crannies of your...

PlayStation Move gets Sharp Shooter attachment

12/10/2010, First person shooters used to be the bomb when played using a regular keyboard and mouse on a computer, but when it comes to arcades, using an actual replica of a gun ups the realism factor by a notch (or two). Well, with Sony’s PlayStation Move (PS...

NES Electric Guitar

12/10/2010, So you’ve seen a giant NES controller coffee table yesterday, now how about checking out an NES console that has been modified in such an interesting manner, it has turned into an electric guitar instead. Yes sir, this custom 6-string electric...

Giant NES Controller Coffee Table Has Built-in NES Console

12/09/2010, We previously saw a giant NES coffee table and now we’ve got a 10:1 scale NES controller table. Aside from looking very much like the original controller, complete with product details carved into the back of the table, the modder actually placed a...

Monster Hunter Portable 3rd fever sweeps through Japan

12/08/2010, Japan is really serious about their games – as evident by the release of Monster Hunter Portable 3rd which has sold more than two million copies ever since it hit the Land of the Rising Sun on December 1st. This latest iteration will see the...

Neo Geo Station to arrive on PlayStation Network

12/08/2010, The PlayStation Network (PSN) is set to expand itself further by offering games from Neo Geo’s library in the form of a “Neo Geo Station”. From December 21st onwards, classic titles from the Neo Geo’s library will be available on...

PSP Phone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread might be out next March

12/07/2010, We’ve seen the PSP Phone in video just a couple of days ago, and now here’s more interesting information about said smartphone – it is tipped to roll out in the market sometime next March, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread in tow. This is set...

Nokia X7 set to arrive via AT&T

12/07/2010, Gaming phones could very well be the next evolution of smartphones – if the Sony PSP Phone takes off, coupled with Nokia’s upcoming X7 gaming phone. The Nokia X7 will be available via AT&T, making it the first Symbian^3 device attached to...