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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


New $20 “Nintendo Selects” budget games and $150 Wii bundles

05/03/2011, Coming at you guys hard today is Nintendo and a slew of new cheaper Wii games and new Wii bundles. Nintendo is really trying to get you to spend your hard-earned dollars on some old Wii games. First up is a new series of budget “Nintendo...

Dell Alienware M18x goes on sale today

05/03/2011, After being announced about two weeks ago, Dell’s monstrous M18x Alienware laptop is now officially on sale in the US. Starting from today, you can head over to Dell.com to get your hands on this gaming behemoth. Touted as the “most powerful...

Razer Goliathus mouse mat ready to rock your gaming world

05/03/2011, Avid gamers take their hardware seriously, so it is no surprise to see the name Razer come up with the Razer Goliathus mouse mat, where it was specially redesigned and reinforced so that your soft mouse mat swiping experience will be able to handle even...

Angry Birds to arrive on BlackBerry PlayBook

05/03/2011, Rovio’s hugely popular franchise, Angry Birds, has already gotten so many people hooked across multiple platforms, that even a movie has been made out of it – Rio. Well, the recently launched BlackBerry PlayBook is considered to be...

Kinect and iPhone brought together to 3D shooter

05/03/2011, Come on, let’s admit it; we all love seeing unholy unions (Android running on an iPhone or Windows phone device anyone?) and apparently so do the guys at Rockmoon in Singapore. The developers have recently come up with a prototype game that has the...

World of Warcraft pet contributes to Japan relief fund

05/03/2011, It looks like everybody is doing something to help out Japan recover from their recent disasters. Earlier today we had Pentax’s Hope For Japan relief fund, and now Blizzard has just joined in, taking advantage of its 12 million+ subscribers on World...

Kinect used to recreate Han Solo’s carbonite mold

05/02/2011, If you know your Star Wars – or even if you didn’t, I’m sure you would remember Han Solo getting trapped in carbonite in The Empire Strikes Back. Well thanks to the power of the Microsoft Kinect, we too can be frozen albeit on screen instead...

Sony Online Entertainment taken offline

05/02/2011, Somebody needs to give Sony a break. After being attacked over a week ago, and only just starting to recover, Sony has a bout of bad news again. This time it isn’t the Sony PlayStation Network, but the Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) servers. The...

Nintendo AR games work on the skin too

05/02/2011, Setting the standard for Nintendo fanboys all over the world, someone nicknamed cranberryzero recently got himself a tattoo declaring his love for the company and its latest gaming console, the 3DS. And no, it’s not a huge Super Mario on his back,...

Weirdest Wii 2 rumors ever pop up

05/02/2011, In about one month, Nintendo is going to take the wraps off its Wii 2 console. Expected is a console that will be a much-needed upgrade over the Wii and its motion controls, HD graphics, powerful processors and graphic chips that are beefier than the Xbox...

Video of Sonic skateboarding game that was canceled surfaces

05/02/2011, Like Nintendo has done with Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog has been pimped out in more games across a large spectrum of genres than any other video game mascot. Sonic’s been on adventures, he’s kissed human girls, he’s rode hover...

Frisbee Forever available soon on iOS

05/02/2011, Frisbee aficionados who own iPhones are going to be delighted at this news – Danish developer Kiloo Games will be creating the official Frisbee game for the iOS. Called Frisbee Forever, this officially licensed game will bring everybody’s favorite...

Sony welcomes back users to the PlayStation Network

05/01/2011, In a press conference tonight, Sony has just announced that the PlayStation Network and its Qriocity services will be back up starting next week. The PSN has been down for over a week now, ever since Sony decided to temporarily disable it to prevent...