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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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Nintendo 3DS Stations spotted in Tokyo

04/18/2011, OK, so the Nintendo 3DS didn’t really do that well at all when compared to the Sony PSP (in Japan anyways) where sales are concerned, going again to prove that software is where the value is. After all, you can always have the latest and greatest...

ESRB ratings to be handled by computer

04/18/2011, In order to prevent games from being delayed due to the lack of a video game rating by the ESRB, it looks like those problems are going to be a thing of the past. The ESRB has announced that they will be making use of computers to give video games their...

Bang Bang Racing Android game, only for Tegra

04/18/2011, UK Developer Playbox has announced that it was expanding into the Android platform, with a twist: its Bang Bang Racing game will require NVIDIA’s Tegra chip to run. The game was originally created for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 and Playbox says that...

Shocking Liar Reloaded offers more electrifying fun

04/17/2011, Remember the Shocking Liar game? Well, it seems that updates to the two year old game is due, where your Truth or Dare sessions will now be “enhanced” in the form of the Shocking Liar Reloaded. Hopefully this will not be some sort of lousy...

Zap your brain with electricity to improve your gaming skills

04/17/2011, If you think that your gaming skills has maxed out after getting all the best hardware and peripherals, perhaps there is another way to up the standard through some sort of weird experiment – zapping your brain with electricity so that your brain...

Wii price slashed down to $169.99 everywhere

04/17/2011, This is what we call the calm before the storm. The calm, being the Wii‘s new MSRP of $169.99. The storm, being the highly-anticipated Wii HD/2 console that will debut at E3 in June. Nintendo hasn’t officially acknowledged an official price...

University study finds Pokewalker is one really accurate pedometer

04/15/2011, This is surprising news! Researchers at Iowa State University compared Nintendo’s Pokemom HeartGold and SoulSilver pedometer (included with every copy of the game) with two other similar step counters and found out it was actually the most accurate...

Official giant AR cards now available from Club Nintendo Japan

04/15/2011, Did you think those dudes who made their own giant 3DS AR cards were crazy? Did you want your very own large augmented reality card to generate a life-sized Mii? Nintendo’s made good on its promise to offer giant AR cards for loyal Nintendo fans...

LittleBigPlanet 2 hits four million levels milestone

04/15/2011, Fans of LittleBigPlanet, you might want to take some time out from whatever you’re doing at the moment and celebrate this momentous occasion, where LittleBigPlanet 2 has actually hit a whopping 4 million levels that have been shared online worldwide...

Mionix launches Zibal 60 gaming keyboard

04/14/2011, Gaming controllers are all the rage now, and who says PC gamers can’t join in the fun too? Instead of getting to purchase gamepads, PC gamers have the option of customizing their mice and keyboards. And in the world of gaming keyboards there...

The World’s Biggest Pac-Man game needs your help

04/14/2011, If you have loads of time on your hands (i.e. you’re done with this week’s work quota in the office), you have access to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and you love Pac-Man, you’ll be delighted to know that you can help to create The...