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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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LEGO Universe MMOG Free-to-Play announced

06/21/2011, Fans of LEGO and MMO games will be pleased to know that come July – they won’t ever have to leave their rooms ever again. The LEGO Group has just announced that it will be releasing a Free-to-Play version of its MMOG for users who would like to...

Plants vs Zombies arriving on Windows Phone 7

06/21/2011, Plants vs Zombies is one of the cuter games out there, and we are pleased to report that said title will be arriving on the Windows Phone 7 platform as part of tomorrow’s Xbox Live Game – assuming the teaser video published by PopCap that you see...

Nope, Crytek isn’t making any next-gen Xbox games

06/20/2011, Well, that was quick. Last week there was ripple within the gaming community that indicated Crytek was already working on TimeSplitters 4 for the next Xbox 360. Speaking to IGN, Crytek denies that it has any next-generation hardware development kits from...

Gearbox greenlights Duke Nukem 3D: Reloaded

06/20/2011, Some fourteen years late, Duke Nukem Forever finally came out last week to disappointing reviews, but that doesn’t mean the Duke himself and his games are down for the count forever. Danish studio Interceptor Interactive have apparently been given...

Nintendo says its solved the two major 3DS woes

06/20/2011, It’s no secret that the Nintendo 3DS has been slow to catch on with buyers, with it just hitting 1 million units sold in Japan after nearly four months and sales for it slowing down in everywhere else. Nintendo president of America Reggie Fils-Aime...

Nintendo Game Boy GBA SP Arcade Tabletop

06/20/2011, Own a perfectly good Game Boy Advance SP (GBA SP) that works like a charm with your Pokemon cartridges? Well, thanks the folks over at Toy and Television Games who have just announced their flagship launch product, calling it the Nintendo Game Boy GBA SP...

Battlefield 3 on consoles will only be 720p at 30 FPS

06/20/2011, As if the war between Call of Duty and Battlefield 3 wasn’t already in full swing, DICE has revealed that its upcoming shooter based off the impressive Frost Engine 2 will run in only 720p on game consoles at 30 frames per second, whereas the PC...

Halo Anniversary supports Kinect

06/20/2011, Microsoft Games Studios head Phil Spencer has confirmed that Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary will offer limited support for the Kinect Motion Sensor, but apart from that statement, no additional details were furnished concerning the scope of Kinect...

Details of upcoming PlayStation 3 model leaked (updated)

06/20/2011, For those of you who’ve been holding out on purchasing a PlayStation 3, we’ve got some good news for you. The folks over at Andriasang reported on a tip that a video game shop employee was given about the upcoming PlayStation 3. It will have...

Receipt Racer looks fun, cheeses off Greenpeace activists

06/20/2011, Gaming has advanced to such a level where smartphones these days are able to deliver an experience which would far surpass that of the first generation Game Boy – if the title is executed correctly, of course. Well, Joshua Noble has come up with a...

Razer Hydra comes with Portal 2 DLC (updated)

06/17/2011, If you’re a fan of Portal 2 and you’re thinking of buying the Razer Hydra motion controller – you’re in for a treat: the $140 controller comes with downloadable content (DLC) for Portal 2. The Portal 2 DLC contains six brand new...

Kinect SDK used to create Twitter client

06/17/2011, The Official Kinect SDK was only released yesterday and it looks like folks have already started getting busy with it. James Pfaff, an intern at Microsoft came up with a simple Twitter client for the Kinect. He used hand gestures to select the characters,...