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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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Super Mario 3DS is a mix between Galaxy and N64 game

04/21/2011, It’s no secret that the Nintendo 3DS is short on must-have games to play. I’ve already beaten Ridge Racer 3D and I don’t see any games worth my $30. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D isn’t coming out until June and Dead or...

Alice: Madness Returns might be the last of a good thing

04/21/2011, According to video games legend American McGee, “Alice: Madness Returns” may very well be their last boxed product – at least for a while. McGee’s own studio, Spicy Horse, has drawn up plans for the next two years which include...

iBUYPOWER releases trio of gaming cards from AMD stable

04/20/2011, iBUYPOWER is no stranger when it comes to churning out gaming machines for the masses, and their past track record have been rather impressive to say the least. Well, the company has just announced a trio of new systems that will come with the powerful...

iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet prepped for May 2011 release

04/20/2011, We know that the iCADE iPad Arcade Cabinet is real, and holds the distinction of being one of the rare few devices or ideas from ThinkGeek that actually made the jump from being a concept to the real deal. This device has already arrived at the FCC, which...

PSPgo confirmed dead

04/20/2011, It was only yesterday when we reported that stocks of the PSPgo were running out, and Sony was acting all nonchalant about it. With the company neither denying nor confirming reports, rumors started surfacing about the Japanese electronics manufacturer...

Samsung HD3 portable gaming console concept

04/19/2011, Many did wonder whether Sony would make a name for itself when it went into the video game console market, and of course, the PSX as well as PS2 proved to be more than legendary. Perhaps the same amount of initial skepticism might plague Samsung when one...

Centipede: Infestation from Atari creeping to your living room

04/19/2011, Most of you who grew up before the era of the NES would surely have given the Atari 2600 home console a go in your living rooms, where super blocky pixellated graphics actually helped you stay glued to the front of the TV screen for hours on end, never...

New 3DS Zelda game looks gorgeous, includes two new features

04/19/2011, This is what I’m talking about. This is the type of game that Nintendo should have properly launched the Nintendo 3DS with. I said in my 3DS review that the handheld had a weak lineup of games and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D proves that...

Dell Alienware M18x officially announced

04/19/2011, After being discovered on the Dell Alienware Canada website last week, the mega-sized gaming laptop, the M18x, has been announced in the US. Dell has labeled the M18x as the “most powerful 18-inch gaming laptop in the universe,” and as seeing...

SOCOM 4 storms retails today, supports Move and Sharp Shooter

04/19/2011, We’ve teased SOCOM 4 a few times before. Twice to be exact. The game officially hits your favorite game store today for $59.99. Traditionalists will likely stick to using a DualShock 3 controller, but I’m challenging hardcore shooter fans to...

PSPgo stock runs dry, Sony shrugs

04/19/2011, Word on the street is that Sony’s quietly discontinuing the PSPgo. Japanese and European retailers are reporting that stock for the device that serves digital-only games are running low and Sony is not shipping any more units out. Japan’s Sony...

3DS’s lower screen leaving scratches on the upper screen?

04/19/2011, Reports are flooding in that the Nintendo 3DS‘s lower screen is leaving scratch marks on the upper screen. Because the lower screen is not as wide as the upper one, the smaller touchscreen “cuts” into the top one when the device is...