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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.


Chinese Pokemon GO Rip-Off Looks Pretty Creepy

08/14/2016, Pokemon GO is so popular that developers are certainly looking to take advantage of its popularity one way or the other. Now in terms of exact clones, that still has yet to happen as developers have cited that it might be a bit too much work. However in...

Korean Media Claims Pokemon GO Is A Copy Of A Local Mobile Game

08/14/2016, When certain games are popular, what usually happens is that developers try to create alternative versions of it in hopes of being able to cash in on the hype. For example we’ve seen so many clones of Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds, and Flappy Bird, just to...

Hello Games Testing Experimental Patch For No Man’s Sky On PC

08/14/2016, Several days ago, No Man’s Sky for the PC was released but unfortunately it was not off to a great start. Many gamers were reporting various problems plaguing the PC version of the game, including stuttering and crashing. The good news is that Hello...

Next Xbox One Update Lets You Turn Off Startup Sound

08/14/2016, Are you irritated by the sound that your Xbox One makes on startup? Then you are surely going to love the next update that Microsoft is putting the final touches on for this console. Microsoft’s Larry Hryb a.k.a Major Nelson has confirmed that the...

HTC Vive Gets New Content Bundle

08/14/2016, HTC makes one of the best proper virtual reality headsets that money can buy right now and it wants to give you an incentive to choose its headset over rival Rift from the Facebook-owned Oculus. The company has introduced a new Vive content bundle which...

New Halo 5 DLC Brings A ‘Variety Of Goodness’

08/14/2016, Halo 5: Guardians got its final major update back in June which brought the Warzone Firefight mode but that doesn’t mean 343 Industries isn’t cooking up some more content for the title. In its weekly blog post, the developer of one of the most...

Police Release Helicopter Video Of Car Driver Playing Pokemon Go

08/14/2016, If you’ve been following Pokemon Go news then you will be well aware that quite a lot of players will go to any lengths to catch the little monsters, often putting themselves and others at risk. Police in Canada have released video captured from...

Goldeneye 007 Multiplayer-Only Remake Released

08/14/2016, Goldeneye 007 was a very popular game for the Nintendo 64. It still has a devoted fanbase to this day. The game was an adaptation of the James Bond film that was released back in 1997. The fan base has long been working to remake the title with a graphics...

Nintendo Drops The Banhammer On Fan-Made Pokemon Uranium

08/14/2016, The other day we reported that a fan-made Pokemon game called Pokemon Uranium was launched after 9 years of hard work. However it seems that Nintendo doesn’t really care how long it took its creators to make the game because they have since sent...

DotA 2 The International 2016’s Winner Revealed

08/14/2016, If you play DotA 2, there’s a chance you might have been following the biggest DotA 2 tournament for 2016 – The International 2016, or better known as TI6. The event has officially concluded and it looks like we have a winner who comes in the form...

Final Fantasy XV’s Release Could Be Delayed To November

08/14/2016, Last we heard, Square Enix’s next Final Fantasy epic, Final Fantasy XV, was pegged for a release this year, or to be more specific, pegged for a release on the 30th of September, 2016. Unfortunately if you were eagerly anticipating the game, you might...

Blacksmith Forges Warcraft’s Doomhammer In Real Life

08/14/2016, Given how long the Warcraft franchise has been going on for, safe to say that the lore of the game has been built up quite a bit, and while there are new things added to the game constantly, there are some things that remain a staple. For example in the...