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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.


Nintendo Believes Free-To-Play Is Hurting Their Business

02/03/2014, The free-to-play model is no doubt a lucrative model for developers. After all with the game being free, getting gamers to check it out will not be too difficult. While this model might work for developers, it seems that not everyone is too thrilled about...

Nintendo Not Opposed To Mergers And Acquisitions

02/03/2014, With the company not doing as well as expected, what’s the future for Nintendo? Obviously they will not be releasing games onto mobile, as the company’s president, Satoru Iwata, has so emphatically claimed. However what Iwata did reveal was that the...

Flappy Bird Windows Phone Release ‘In 10 Days’

02/03/2014, Time and time again an app launches that instantly shoots to global fame in a matter of days. It may be a game or something as simple as a news reader, that particular app holds on to the spotlight no matter what the region or market is. The perfect...

Cheaper Xbox One Without Blu-Ray ($399), Denied By Microsoft

02/03/2014, The gaming web got all excited when rumors of a more affordable “all digital” Xbox One without a Blu-Ray disc would arrive to the market. Unfortunately for Xbox One fans in search of a good deal, Microsoft has confirmed that it has no intention of...

Ouya 16GB Launches At $129

02/02/2014, Ouya is one of the several Android powered gaming consoles that took the spotlight in 2013. When it was initially launched the console only came with 8GB of onboard storage, which as you might imagine wasn’t deemed to be enough. During the holiday...

Halo: Spartan Assault Set To Hit Xbox 360 On January 31

01/30/2014, The seemingly never ending battle between humanity and the Covenant has reached new heights as Halo: Spartan Assault hits Xbox 360 this coming January 31 – that is, tomorrow, for $14.99 a pop via digital download. There are more than 30 stimulating...

Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor Lets You Fly Solo Only

01/30/2014, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor was announced in November last year, and I am quite sure that many people are looking forward to immerse themselves in the world of Tolkien yet again, albeit in a detached digital manner. This particular title is touted to...

QuakeCon 2014 Kicks Off This July 17

01/30/2014, Ah, Quake. I clearly remember how that game actually introduced me to the entire world of binding keys to various weapons from the drop down console itself. It has opened up my eyes to the effectiveness of a rocket jump, not to mention making me a math...

PS3 To Xbox One Upgrade: Microsoft Offers $100 Discount

01/30/2014, If you have been contemplating a PS3 to Xbox One upgrade for quite some time, Microsoft has just sweetened the deal. The company is inviting you to “ditch your PS3” in favor of an Xbox One, its latest gaming console. For your troubles, and the...

Xbox One System Update To Fix Social Features (Rumor)

01/30/2014, Owners of the Xbox One console, listen up! There might be some good news in store for you, as whispers are going around that the Xbox One console is on its way to receive a significant system update which will address several Xbox Live and interface...

PS Vita Slim To Arrive In UK This February 7

01/30/2014, Sony claims that they have the ‘slimmest’ launch in history all lined up just last week, and we do not doubt that for a moment as we have received word that the PlayStation Vita Slim will arrive in the UK this coming February 7, although there has...

Nintendo DS Games Headed To Wii U’s Virtual Console

01/30/2014, Nintendo is a company that is going through rough times these days, and we have heard that while the company intends to get out of this rut the old fashioned way – through hard work and some luck on the side, those of you waiting to receive news of...