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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.


Gran Turismo 6 Confirmed To Release Holiday 2013 On PS3

05/15/2013, Gran Turismo 6 has been expected to be announced some time this week and earlier today, we caught a glimpse of the game’s page on the official Gran Turismo website. Now, it looks as though a leaked press release has reportedly confirmed Gran...

ZombiU Sequel Prototype Is Currently Being Worked On

05/15/2013, ZombiU was released by Ubisoft back in 2012 and it was a pretty unique game in the sense that it made use of a lot of the Wii U’s new features. We’re sure that many players of the game are also wondering if a possible sequel could be in the works, and...

Eevee Themed Nintendo 3DS XL Revealed In Japan

05/15/2013, So we have seen a Charizard themed Nintendo 3DS XL and a Pikachu themed 3DS XL, and if you’re a huge Pokemon fan, we’re sure you would love to “catch ‘em all”, if you had the funds of course, which brings us to this piece of news – an Eevee...

Analyst: Wii Selling More Units Than The Wii U

05/15/2013, While Nintendo is certainly banking their future on the Wii U console, especially with the announcement of other next-gen consoles like the PlayStation 4 and presumably Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox, the console has not exactly been a commercial success and...

Rovio Stars Hope To Up The Mobile Gaming Ante

05/14/2013, Rovio Entertainment, the company that is most famous for the Angry Birds franchise, looks set to publish more fun new mobile game titles, although this time around, it will be performed under its Rovio Stars brand. This new mobile game publishing...

Nintendo Declared Not Guilty In Patent Infringement Claims

05/14/2013, Back in 2008, a company known as Motiva filed a suit against Nintendo because the former claimed that the latter had infringed on a patent in the Nintendo Wii (which was a hot ticket item back then), dealing with the tracking of player movement and...