Gaming, Page 585 ▼

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.

Hottest Topics: GDC 2014 Coverage | Oculus Rift (Oculus DK2 Review vs. Sony Morpheus Review) | PlayStation 4 (PS4 Review) | Xbox One (XB1 Review)

Popular Gaming News


Video game tunes make their way to classical concert

09/02/2011, Attending a classical concert has long been the domain of those who are “more refined” in their very own way, although when it comes to art, it is a highly subjective matter that might result in fistcuffs when one’s interpretation...

Kinect used in virtual dressing room

09/02/2011, Right, so your clothes might not be an accurate video game controller just yet due to restrictions in the technology and scope of development involved, but that does not mean Microsoft’s Kinect cannot have some fun by itself – as it has been...

Sony to unveil 18 unannounced Vita games at the Tokyo Game Show

09/01/2011, If you’re excited about the PlayStation Vita and its games, you’re going to want to keep your eyes peeled for blogs following the Tokyo Game Show which takes place in a couple of weeks time. According to reports online, Sony will be announcing a...

Sony Entertainment Network launched

09/01/2011, Today Sony launched the Sony Entertainment Network (SEN), for the first time uniting all its online music, video, and games services under one banner. Citing the merging of all the services as a way to unify all its products, the Sony Entertainment...

Monster Galaxy Goes Mobile

09/01/2011, Gaia Interactive, the successful social gaming community that counts more than 20 million monthly unique visitors, is launching, the mobile version of its famous Facebook game Monster Galaxy – Monster G for iOS. Monster Galaxy is played by over 15...

Xbox 360 claimed to be permanently hacked

09/01/2011, Great news for folks who are keen on using the Microsoft Xbox 360 for homebrew purposes. Last week, some hackers announced that they’ve been able to bypass the Xbox 360 security system to inject and execute their own code. The hackers even released a...

Sony to release limited edition NINOKUNI PlayStation 3

09/01/2011, What’s the best way to sell an almost 5-year-old gaming console, that’s rumored to be replaced sometime soon, but still has some value today? You repackage it as a special limited-edition device of course! And that’s what the folks over at Sony are...

Motion Recognition Clothing coming your way

09/01/2011, First of all, the Nintendo Wii did take the world by surprise (and storm) when it was unveiled a few years ago – motion controls in a video game? That’s practically not well implemented before, and the novelty pushed the Wii to great sales...

GAEMS G155 totes your consoles around

09/01/2011, Handheld gaming consoles we are familiar with – the Sony PSP as well as Nintendo 3DS (with its very popular predecessors, the DS Lite and the Game Boy range as well) having made their mark on the market for many years now. What if you could lug...

Fatal Frame spinoff to use 3DS cameras in-game

08/31/2011, Unsatisfied with the number of things you can do with the cameras on your Nintendo 3DS? After all, you can only take photographs of giant-sized super Marios for so long before the novelty wears off. Well, we’ve got some good news for you. The folks over...

War of the Worlds head for Xbox 360 and PS3

08/30/2011, War of the Worlds- the H.G. Wells classic that actually sent people into panic mode so many years ago over a radio narration simply because the description of the event proved to be super realistic. Well, glad to say that with the advent of technology, we...

Tetris for Android is free

08/30/2011, Who has not had a round of Tetris until today in any of its many iterations? If you answered that particular question with a resounding “Yes”, then I would say that it is a very, very sad thing. After all, this block puzzler has long kept...

GameSpot on-demand, instant-play game demos powered by OnLive

08/30/2011, GameSpothas just announced today the launch of its new on-demand, instant-play game demos service. Kicking off today, users will be able to start playing video game demos on their PCs just by following a link from the GameSpot review page of the game. The...

Next Duke Nukem game to be better and revealed soon

08/30/2011, After the complete fiasco that was Duke Nukem Forever, it looks like Gearbox are ready to dive into the franchise again and release a new game featuring the same protagonist. During the PAX last weekend, Gearbox Software’s game development chief, Randy...