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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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Ceramic White PS3 to hit the Japanese market

09/17/2010, If you’ve been hankering after a new color for the Sony PS3, then you might be pleased to know that Sony has just announced a new ceramic white PS3 in Japan, where it will come with a 320GB hard drive to accompany the new color. Basically, it is...

PlayStation Move arrives Stateside, aims to redefine gaming

09/17/2010, Funny how the world works. Remember when Nintendo unveiled the Wii, only to have Sony executives laugh at its ‘waggly controls’? Well, how the tables have turned, and Sony will now jump aboard the motion sensitive bandwagon with their...

Sony PSP2 confirmed, will carry Mortal Kombat game

09/16/2010, The Sony PSP2 has been rumored in the past, but so many years and a handful of model iterations over time have yet to yield a sequel to Sony’s handheld portable console. Well, in a PAX 2010 interview concerning the upcoming Mortal Kombat reboot,...

Activision Wants to Sell You Deleted Scenes from Your Video Games

09/16/2010, Just like in movies, not all scenes in a video game may make in the final product that you play on your computer or from your home entertainment console, and just like DVDs those deleted scenes from video games may still reach consumer eyes. Game maker...

Ocosmos OCS1 UMPC to Use Intel Oaktrail Processor

09/16/2010, The new Ocosmos OCS1 UMPC, which runs on Windows 7, will be utilizing Intel’s energy efficient Oak Trail Atom-based processor to power a 4.8-inch capacitive touchscreen. The compact UMPC will have a resolution of 1024 X 600, 32 GB SSD drive, WiFi...

Halo: Reach Generates $200M In Sales On Its First Day

09/16/2010, Microsoft has happily revealed that its newly-launched Halo: Reach game has managed to hit $200 million in global sales on its launch day alone. In case you aren’t familiar with the pricing, Reach will be going for $60, with special editions...

Wii Paddle not as useless as other Wii peripherals

09/16/2010, Ever since Nintendo released the Wii Sports game with the console’s release, we have chanced across a bunch of ‘accessories’ (if you can call them that) which supposedly enhances your gaming experience, although we beg to differ since...

Sony unleashes Monster Hunter Portable 3 special edition PSP

09/16/2010, Monster Hunter Portable has been one of the bigger hits on the Sony PSP handheld console, so it is no surprise to see a third iteration of the title heading towards the PSP. Well, to coincide with the game’s upcoming release, Sony decided to take...

Blu-ray 3D Disc Playback Support Coming To PS3 On Sept 21st

09/16/2010, Sony has announced that the PS3 will be getting the 3.50 firmware update on September 21st, and with it, the ability to playback 3D content on Blu-ray 3D discs. The update will allow all 38 million PS3s worldwide to be compatible with Blu-ray 3D discs,...

My Garden for Nintendo 3DS looks stunning

09/15/2010, While the Nintendo 3DS has yet to be released officially, Electronic Arts (EA) presence at the Tokyo Game Show has resulted in the release of their latest Nintendo 3DS title, known as My Garden. What you see above is the actual screenshot, and we must...

No Co-op Gaming In Halo: Reach For Xbox 360 Slim 4GB Owners?

09/15/2010, There’s some bad news for Halo fans out there who own a 4GB slim Xbox console. Reports are going around that the 4GB version of the console isn’t able to play co-op in the newly-released Halo: Reach as the console doesn’t have enough...

Pandora gaming handheld device pre-order is back

09/14/2010, The Linux-powered gaming handheld known as Pandora is now available for pre-order, ever since the first 1,000 pre-orders have already been shipped ever since they became available back in May. Why Linux? Well, it was done so in order to take advantage of...

New Xbox 360 Dashboard For Kinect Leaked On Video

09/14/2010, We recently caught sight of the new Xbox 360 Dashboard thanks to the Kinect beta program, and now more videos of the Dashboard in action have surfaced, giving us a much better idea of what to expect from the update once it’s released when the Kinect...