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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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You Rock Guitar handles MIDI as well

05/19/2010, Inspired Instruments has rolled out the You Rock Guitar which is actually a digital/MIDI guitar that offers a fairly realistic playing experience, where this is made possible courtesy of an actual set of ’strings’ that sport adjustable...

NVIDIA 3D Vision Surround Driver Delayed

05/19/2010, In what is going to be disappointing news for 3D fans out there, NVIDIA has confirmed that the drivers for its 3D Vision Surround stereoscopic graphics system won’t be available until the end of June, instead of the previously targeted...

Blizzard Starcraft 2 Collector’s Edition pricing unveiled

05/19/2010, You just know that Blizzard’s Starcraft 2 Collector’s Edition is going to be huge, and the gaming goliath has just released its price tag that stands at $100, where you will get a 176-page art book, a ‘Thor’ unit pet for World of...

Rowing Machine for Wii gives you a workout without risk of drowning

05/18/2010, Rowing a boat could prove to be a pretty tiring experience, but if you don’t want to get your feet wet (literally), then you can always bring home a Nintendo Wii alongside the Rowing Machine for Wii. Bear in mind that this works only with a handful...

Pac-man arcade cabinet gets some LEGO love

05/18/2010, LEGO art is gaining plenty of traction these days, and we are not surprised to see this Pac-man arcade cabinet made entirely out of LEGOs, boasting a 4-way/8-way switchable joystick, LCD display and four dozen classic arcade games from the 1980s preloaded...

Nintendo 3DS To Get 3DSPlay And 3DSWare Services?

05/18/2010, While many details of the upcoming 3D-toting Nintendo 3DS are still unknown, it seems that it will have access to some services dubbed 3DSPlay and 3DSWare, thanks to some Japanese trademark documents that have been discovered. While exact details on these...

Zelda Creator Confirms A New Easier-to-play Zelda Game

05/18/2010, According to an interview with Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo is busy working on a new Legend of Zelda game. While that shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, considering the popularity of the series, Miyamoto did mention that they’re...

Amazon looks to include games in new Kindle

05/17/2010, Amazon knows that their Kindle eReader device has been having a hard time pushing out new and higher sales figures ever since the competition got tough, but that doesn’t mean they are going to sit back and fade into obscurity. The company has...

PSP2 rumored to cure cancer

05/17/2010, The PSP2 is rumored to be so powerful that its processor can stumble upon the secret formula to cure cancer. We jest, but you get a rough idea on just how much processing power it holds, according to multiple sources within the game publishing industry...

American Heart Association Backs The Nintendo Wii

05/17/2010, While video games have long been blamed for causing kids to sit too long in front of the television when they should be playing outdoors, Nintendo’s Wii has gotten the stamp of approval from the American Heart Association, as it encourages sedentary...

Nintendo 3DS Visits The FCC?

05/17/2010, An FCC filing submitted by Nintendo and Mitsumi seem to show a picture of what could be the upcoming Nintendo 3DS. While the device pictured is most likely a test bed for the 3DS, not the final product, its two displays are very obvious. From the picture...

Project Natal to go for $200?

05/17/2010, It seems that at least a trio of Swedish retailers have already listed the upcoming Xbox 360 motion controller Project Natal for 1,499 SEK, and when you convert that to the good ol’ US dollar, it will cost you nearly two Benjamins. This is madness...