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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.


Super Mario Bros Done Right In First Person View

02/25/2013, Now here is a video that you will definitely appreciate, especially when it concerns the video game classic Super Mario Brothers that made the transition from the flat, 2D world into a pure 3D world – not the same kind of 3D that Nintendo explored...

All PS4 Games To Be Offered As Digital Downloads

02/25/2013, Sony Computer Entertainment’s European CEO and president Jim Ryan was the talk of the PlayStation 4 town yesterday as he said the upcoming console would continue to use Blu-ray discs as the primary media format “for the foreseeable...

XboxEvent.com Registered, Signals A New Xbox?

02/24/2013, So, Sony intends to gain first mover advantage with the announcement of their Sony PS4 recently (although the console is still far from finished, and we will not even talk about the Nintendo Wii U since it is not on par in terms of sheer computing power...

PlayStation 4’s Killzone: Shadow Fall Featured On Jimmy Fallon

02/22/2013, Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4 this past Wednesday, which we’re sure you were already aware of. But if you’re not the kind of person to check tech websites on an hourly basis, you might not have been aware such a big announcement occurred. So...

Xbox 720 Expected To Be Unveiled In Early April [Rumor]

02/22/2013, It seems like it was literally two days ago when Sony finally unveiled its PlayStation 4 to the world, and even though its unveiling raised way more questions than answers, Sony officially made the first move to delivering their next-generation video...

Apparently Sony Has Yet To Finalize The PS4’s Design

02/22/2013, Sony has been receiving quite a bit of flack after its PlayStation 4 event. After all with all the fuss they made, the console itself was not revealed save for its DualShock 4 controller. Sony’s president of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, said that...

PlayStation 4 Will Not Support PlayStation 3 Controllers

02/22/2013, It was a couple of days ago since Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4, and we’re sure that there are many gamers out there who are excited about getting their hands on the console, perhaps firing up a couple of multiplayer games. Now the bad news is that if...

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Beta On PS3

02/21/2013, If you happen to own the Sony PS3, then get this – fans of the Final Fantasy series will be pleased to hear that the beta of the Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn is now available, and Square Enix, in a way, has said that they will not be sparing...

Mass Effect 3 Receiving Two New DLC Packs On Feb. 26, Mar. 5

02/21/2013, There hasn’t been an ending to a game as controversial as Mass Effect 3’s as BioWare had to go back and deliver an extended cut DLC in order to calm its rabid fans from completely destroying the Internet. New pieces of DLC have been published...

PS4 Capable of Supporting 4K Displays

02/21/2013, We already know the PlayStation 4 will have some impressive internal specs as it’ll have a 6x Blu-ray drive, 8-core AMD CPU and 8GB of RAM, but one feature that wasn’t revealed during their big unveiling last night was the fact it’ll be...

Sony: PS Vita Won’t Receive A Price Cut In U.S.

02/21/2013, Just a few days before Sony’s big PlayStation 4 reveal, big news came from Japan as Sony announced the PS Vita would be receiving a price cut, leaving many people to speculate PS Vita’s around the world would receive a similar future. If you...

PS4 Will Allow Used Games To Be Playable

02/21/2013, A rumor spread like wildfire earlier this month regarding the next-generation Xbox requiring an Internet connection at all times, which would serve as a way to stop used games from being played. Because of that, many potential next-generation console...