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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


Infinity Blade coming to arcades soon

10/18/2011, iOS users are probably familiar with the game Infinity Blade, with its sequel reportedly coming soon and optimized for the iPhone 4S. Well the good news is that if you’re not an iOS user and you want to get in on the hacking and slashing of the Infinity...

Professor Layton spinoff headed to iOS

10/18/2011, Bad news for Nintendo. It looks like its exclusivity to have Professor Layton all to itself on its Nintendo DS platform has ended. Level-5 (developers of the Layton games) has announced that it will be releasing a new game called Layton Brothers: Mystery...

Nintendo 3DS Circle Pad heading Stateside next year

10/18/2011, If you thought that the Nintendo 3DS was rather bulky after it has the 3DS Circle Pad as company, you’re right. The entire thing is a peripheral of monstrous proportions to say the least, bringing the 3DS to first generation PSP-like proportions,...

TurboFire EVO controller hits the FCC

10/18/2011, Xbox 360 owners, you might soon have something worth bragging about compared to your Nintendo loving friends. Sure, they are going to go all out and purchase the Nintendo Wii U which will sport a display on the controller itself, which by the way is not...

PS3 3.73 firmware update ready for download

10/17/2011, There is a new, non-mandatory PS3 firmware update that bumps up the version number to 3.73 that is available, awaiting your download. Basically, nothing major was included but it is still recommended that you make that update since Sony claims...

Dead Space ported to Android platform

10/17/2011, Electronic Arts, one of the powerhouses when it comes to electronic gaming, has yet to cater to the rather sizeable Android community where games are concerned. Nice to know that the tide is changing slowly but surely with Electronic Arts porting over...

Unchartered 3 hits 4.4 million headshots in 4 days

10/17/2011, Statistics are interesting to read about since it really depends on which angle you approach a particular figure from to churn out your very own story. For instance, we do know that the iPhone 4S is not only the “best iPhone yet”, it is also...

47 billion shots fired in Battlefield 3 open beta

10/17/2011, Today must be a sad day for over 8 million Battlefield 3 fans. And if you’re wondering why 8 million; that’s the number of players recorded that took part in the Battlefield 3 open beta. EA/DICE announced the end of the open beta period today,...

Blizzard auctions off original World of Warcraft server blades

10/17/2011, After making so much money from World of Warcraft players all over the world, it looks like Blizzard wants to give some of it back. The company has recently announced that it will be hosting an auction to raise money for the St. Jude’s Children...

Halo anniversary Kinect functionality revealed

10/17/2011, Fans of the Halo franchise are probably aware that the Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is on its way, and that it will be getting Kinect functionality, but as to what that functionality entails remained a bit hazy until recently where 343 Industries...

Steampunk Xbox 360 controller

10/17/2011, How big of a steampunk fan are you? Are you a fan enough to blow $999 on a steampunk modified Xbox 360 controller? Well even if you don’t think you’d be willing to drop that amount of cash, here’s what you can expect should you change your mind. 

Handheld projector looks at portable gaming next

10/17/2011, We’ve seen our fair share of pico projectors that work decently enough for what they were created to do, but somehow they never really took off and entered mainstream consciousness since it never had a “killer app” or a “killer...