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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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Super Press Start Shows Off All SNES Start Screens

04/06/2014, The Super Nintendo Entertainment System from Nintendo (obviously) has proven itself to be quite the cultural icon for those of us who grew up in the 1980s and 1990s, and Nintendo became the general term to describe video games at home, at least before the...

Tetris Played On Philadelphia Skyscraper

04/06/2014, History was created on Saturday night, when a game of Tetris was played on the walls of a 29-story Philadelphia skyscraper, where that gargantuan surface hosted what many deem to be the “world’s largest game of Tetris,” and chances are pretty good...

Xbox 360 Emulation On Xbox One Mulled

04/06/2014, It is one thing to use existing technology on modern day consoles to emulate the older generation of consoles and their games, but just one generation behind might prove to be a far more difficult mountain to climb. According to Microsoft’s Frank...

Titanfall For Xbox 360 Will Be A “True Experience”

04/06/2014, While Titanfall for the PC and the Xbox One have been getting quite a bit of attention, there has not been much said about the Xbox 360 version. Previously some have speculated that this is because the Xbox 360 version isn’t quite as exciting in terms...

Microsoft Reportedly Working On New Xbox One Controller Update

04/06/2014, Before Titanfall was released, Microsoft issued an update for the Xbox One’s controller to make it less twitchy, optimizing the controller for the game. However it seems that Microsoft has yet another update in the works, according to a recent post on...

Support For Xbox One External Game Storage Coming Soon

04/06/2014, Microsoft’s Larry Hryb, better known as Major Nelson, has confirmed that support for Xbox One external game storage is “coming soon.” Hryb made these comments on the Xbox One subreddit, he responded to a query about the console’s...

Minecraft For Xbox 360 Crosses The 12 Million Copies Sold Mark

04/04/2014, Minecraft is a game that safe to say is extremely popular. There are many reasons why people love the game. It could be that the ability to build up an entire world by yourself could have its appeal, or perhaps its somewhat retro graphics has a certain...

Xbox One Security Flaw Discovered By 5-Year Old

04/04/2014, Sometimes because of the way children think, they tend to find ways around problems or maybe even spot potential problems that we would not have thought of. Maybe it’s because as we grow older we become more rational and logical, so thinking outside the...

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Beta Phase 2 Launched

04/04/2014, As April 14th draws closer, it would also signal the official launch of Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn on the Sony PS4 platform. Well, before that particular day happens, Square Enix has rolled out Beta Phase 2 for the game, which happens to be an open...

GameSpy Will Be Effectively Shutting Down On May 31

04/04/2014, Back in the day, we’re sure many gamers were familiar with GameSpy and its services. Now back in 2013, the company announced that they would no longer be accepting new games and now according to a post by the service’s parent company, Glu Mobile, it...

Age Of Mythology: Extended Edition Set To Be Published

04/03/2014, It has been a few weeks since a teaser video of Age of Mythology: Extended Edition was released, although you can view the recently released trailer above, and the question begs to be asked, what is Microsoft going to do about it? It has been confirmed by...

The Quest For Atari’s E.T. Cartridges Continues

04/03/2014, Around a week and a half after we reported that the landfill dig for the E.T. game on the Atari 2600 platform was put on hold, the wheels of its “archaeological” dig continues to begin spinning – as the New Mexico Environmental Protection...