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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


Rovio considering Angry Birds for the PlayStation Vita

03/13/2012, One of the more charming aspects of the Angry Birds franchise is the ability to play it on the go, i.e. during bus/train rides, waiting for friends, waiting for class to start, and even in the toilet! With that being said, how would all you Angry Birds...

Ninja Gaiden 3 PlayStation 3 bundle comes with Dragon Sword replica

03/13/2012, Sure you only get to “play” as a ninja in the upcoming Ninja Gaiden 3, but how about taking things to the next level? Well thanks to Canadian retailer VGP who might have gotten a little ahead of themselves, it looks like if you were interested in...

Mika Mobile to halt Android development

03/12/2012, Bad news for Android gamers out there – the platform has lost another developer. Mika Mobile – the creators of Battleheart, a popular fantasy/strategy/action game; has announced that it will no longer be supporting Android. According to the blog post,...

Onimusha Soul from Capcom is first browser-based game

03/12/2012, Mention Capcom, and many people would have fond memories of video games turning up in their heads, what with Street Fighter and Mega Man being just two of the numerous names. Well, Capcom had always concentrated on the home and portable console segments,...

Crytek to announce a new project in April

03/12/2012, Had enough of Crysis, and you’re looking forward to a brand new game from Crytek? Brace yourselves, because Crytek mentioned at the GDC last week that it will be revealing a “spectacular” new title next month. They didn’t reveal...

Netflix “Just for Kids” now on the PlayStation 3

03/12/2012, Neflix “Just for Kids” was released on the Wii a few months ago, and for all you PlayStation 3 owners who felt left out – you’re in luck. Netflix announced today that its Just for Kids tab is now available on the Sony video game...

Game finds itself struggling, might just fold

03/12/2012, British video games retailer Game has not been given new titles by suppliers, and the company has recently positioned itself in a rather awkward place – that is, on the corporate shopping shelves. This would definitely send a warning to those...

Metal Gear Solid HD Collection arriving on the PlayStation Vita

03/09/2012, Good news for PlayStation Vita owners who are fans of Solid Snake – Konami has announced today that the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection will be arriving on the PlayStation Vita this year. The collection that includes Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty...

Diablo 3 beta receives Hardcore mode update

03/09/2012, We know that there are some gamers out there who might have enjoyed Diablo 2 on hardcore mode, and yes obviously that is a mode that will be making its way onto Diablo 3 if and when it ever gets released, but for those who are eager to give hardcore mode...

Xbox 720 won’t have a disc drive?

03/09/2012, While we know that there still is plenty of life left for the Xbox 360, rumors about its upcoming successor (tentatively named Xbox 720) are still sprouting all over the place. Apparently Microsoft recently held a secret developer meeting in London where...

Valve denies gaming console rumors

03/09/2012, A few days ago, we reported that there were some rumors that seemed to suggest that Valve could be working on a console of their own and entering that market with a Steam set top box, with the hardware being outsourced to other manufacturers with Valve...