IKEA Introduces “BRÄNNBOLL” Collection Catering to Gamers’ Lifestyle

IKEA Introduces “BRÄNNBOLL” Collection Catering to Gamers’ Lifestyle

IKEA unveils its latest venture into the world of gaming with the launch of the “BRÄNNBOLL” collection, featuring a range of furniture and accessories tailored to the needs of gamers and their households. In a press release, IKEA describes the collection as a response to the evolving and diverse requirements of gamers and those living […]

Decline in Physical Game Purchases Leads to Layoffs at Game Retailers

Decline in Physical Game Purchases Leads to Layoffs at Game Retailers

In the ever-evolving landscape of video game consumption, a noticeable shift away from physical purchases has been evident for some time now. Despite prevailing sentiments favoring physical copies, the overarching trend has been steadily downward, impacting retailers across the board. One such casualty is the renowned Gamestop chain, which has been forced to undergo repeated […]

Unofficial Mod Brings World of Warcraft to Virtual Reality

Unofficial Mod Brings World of Warcraft to Virtual Reality

After a decade of development, players can now immerse themselves in Blizzard’s massive online role-playing game through virtual reality (VR). Thanks to a new unofficial mod created by the duo Streetrat & Marculu from the Flat2VR group, World of Warcraft’s vast world is now accessible for those looking to enhance immersion and blur the boundaries […]

Paramount Ventures into New “child-prohibited” Adventure with Mutant Teenage Turtles

Paramount Ventures into New “child-prohibited” Adventure with Mutant Teenage Turtles

Paramount Pictures is set to embark on a new adventure with the mutated teenage turtles, and the buzzword is “child-prohibited.” This revelation comes from a report by The Hollywood Reporter, hinting at a new live-action film in the works at the studio. Following the success of the animated feature “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem,” […]

Swedish Solo Developer Takes on Non-linear Level Design and Sequence-breaking in Classic Pixel Art Metroidvania

Swedish Solo Developer Takes on Non-linear Level Design and Sequence-breaking in Classic Pixel Art Metroidvania

In a gaming landscape dominated by big-budget titles and studio collaborations, solo developers often stand out for their creativity and innovation. Niklas Hallin, a Swedish solo developer, is making waves with his latest project, a classic pixel art Metroidvania that challenges players with non-linear level design and sequence-breaking mechanics. Titled “Alruna,” the game follows the […]

N64: A Visual Compendium – A Journey Through Nintendo’s 3D Revolution

N64: A Visual Compendium – A Journey Through Nintendo’s 3D Revolution

The Nintendo 64 era marked a pivotal moment in gaming history, where Nintendo fully embraced 3D gaming, changing the landscape of the industry forever. “N64: A Visual Compendium” by Bitmap Books encapsulates this revolutionary period, offering a rich tapestry of history, insightful commentary, and stunning visuals that will captivate both casual enthusiasts and hardcore gamers […]

Apple Opens Doors to Emulators on App Store, Beginning with Retro Games

Apple Opens Doors to Emulators on App Store, Beginning with Retro Games

In a surprising move, Apple, one of the most tightly controlled and secretive marketplaces, is beginning to loosen its reins, albeit with consequences both positive and negative. The tech giant has announced its decision to allow emulators on the App Store, at least for retro games, a stance it previously staunchly opposed. Emulators, software that […]

Retroid Pocket 4 Pro vs. Anbernic RG556

Retroid Pocket 4 Pro vs. Anbernic RG556

In this video, I go through the key differences between the two sub-$200 handhelds, Retroid Pocket 4 Pro and the Anbernic RG556. They have clear hardware differences, but what about the differences under the hood? How do they compare, for instance, in PS2 & Gamecube emulation? Let’s find out!

Techcravers Takes Easter Break

Techcravers Takes Easter Break

Just a quick heads up: I’m taking a breather over the Easter holiday, starting today until Tuesday, April 9th. Yep, even techies need some downtime, right? But hey, don’t worry too much! While I’m off recharging my batteries, there might still be some fresh content popping up on the site. And fear not, the YouTube […]