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Your brain’s reaction to celeb pics may create the most secure form of ID

While your brain on drugs may be analogous to a fried egg, your brain on Instagram may be like a super-secure form of identification, researchers report in a new study.Others have tried to use brain activity for biometrics before, Laszlo said. read more

Toy Box Tuesday: Into the Jungle

Welcome to our second Toy Box Tuesday, a new weekly feature where we highlight a few toys that you may want to add to your collection*.There you’ll find Captain Ironbeard, an old buccaneer who’s not particularly thrilled with the way things have turned out for him. read more

New Mafia III trailer reveals October release date

It’s been six years since the last Mafia game, but now publisher 2K has given the third entry in the series a release date of October 7.The game will be out on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC and features Vietnam vet Lincoln Clay helping ‘The Black Mob’ to fight the Italian Mafia in New Bordeaux. read more

The 2016 Road to BlizzCon Update

The 2016 World of Warcraft Arena World Championship will soon be getting underway!To kick things off, three qualifier cups will be held in both regions to decide the teams advancing to the Regional Championships. read more

Competition: Win McDROID for Xbox One!

These are the droids you're looking for Elefantopia's McDROID is currently available on Xbox One, and we've got a mammoth batch of twenty copies of the tower defense/action hybrid to give away!The game stars the robot McDROID, who has crash landed on a distant planet that's swarmed with aliens. read more

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE is being localized by Atlus for the West, Nintendo wants to avoid trouble

With Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE on its way to Wii U systems this June, the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei mash-up title is one Nintendo wants to do right.With that in mind, the company decided to outsource the localization work. read more

Mirror's Edge Catalyst free-runs into June as DICE looks to improve online features

Developer will also use the time to address closed beta feedback this week Faith is staging her truimphant return in Mirror's Edge Catalyst, but fans will need to just a litte bit longer as the sequel has been delayed to June 7th for North America and June 9th in Europe.Design director Erik Odeldahl explains in a official blog post today that his team will be making some last minute fixes to the game's "Social Play" online features, as well as possibly address player feedback from the closed beta that starts tomorrow. read more

DiRT Rally reader review: a tribute to a rally legend lost - Reader’s Feature

A reader is more than pleased with Codemasters’ new rally game, and names it the best racing game ever made.Finally, Codemasters have stopped being sell-outs to the larger audience who want a rally legend’s games to be easy! read more

Art of Tom Bancroft, Vol. 1 book

Hello, I'm Tom Bancroft.This Kickstarter project is so I can print my "Art of Tom Bancroft, Vol. read more

Out This Week: Dark Souls III, Gear Gauntlet, Soda Drinker Pro

This edition covers all games released on Xbox platforms between April 9 to April 15.Players will be immersed into a world of epic atmosphere and darkness through faster gameplay and amplified combat intensity. read more

The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game

The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game (or DFCO) is a game where the players work together to solve cases from the bestselling Dresden Files novels in the ultimate what-if scenario!Like any good cooperative game, it's hard to win (no fun if there's no challenge! read more

Review: Toyota’s redesigned Prius in the real world

Like or not, Toyota's Prius was the first poster car for environmentalists, anti-establishment types, and the Hollywood beautiful.Later in life, Galileo went blind, but even he would have recoiled at the new Prius. read more

Sega to let fans mod Mega Drive games on Steam

As well as featuring a library of classic games, with updated controller and keyboard support, fans will be encouraged to change and modify the games themselves.What’s also great is the ‘virtual bedroom’ you access everything from, which is made up to look like it’s just stepped out of the early ‘90s – complete with Revenge Of Shinobi posters and ready-to-be-drawn curtains. read more

FBI paid at least $1.3M for zero-day to get into San Bernardino iPhone

3 million to gray-hat hackers who were able to unlock the iPhone 5C that was used by Syed Farook Rizwan, the dead terrorist who masterminded the attack in San Bernardino, California, in December 2015.According to Reuters, Comey was asked Thursday how much the FBI paid for the technique that eventually allowed investigators to access the locked phone. read more

How a Contested Republican Convention Could Go Down

MOTHERBOARD: Even at a contested convention, some delegates are bound to a candidate all the way to a fourth ballot.Can you imagine a contested scenario so long that it stretches out to a ballot vote? read more

IFs... a new album from 'UNA

My name is Barbara Saeva Diana, I am a singer and a songwriter with a varied background that includes classical music, opera, music theatre, folk music and poetry.The name of the project, 'UNA, which in different languages means 'one' but also 'together', aims to reflect this integration of individualities. read more

Club Diamond - a new stagework by Nikki Appino/Saori Tsukada

We have finished the silent film and are raising funds to complete the live action and stage design for Club Diamond.To date we have created half the piece with cardboard, tape and volunteer energy – with these incredible opportunities just around the corner, we need to fully realize our vision of Club Diamond. read more

Game review: Star Fox Zero barrel rolls onto Wii U

Or perhaps the fact that this new game is on the Wii U means it doesn’t count as a last chance.Either way, this is a good enough game to prove that Star Fox deserves to stay in active service. read more

Talking Point: What Games Are You Playing This Weekend? - Issue Ninety Nine

Welcome to What Games Are You Playing This Weekend, our light-hearted feature where we talk about what games we'll be enjoying this weekend.Now let's get into what games we'll be playing! read more

Announcing the world’s first autonomous track day

Taking a vehicle to the race track to improve it has been a thing for almost as long as we've had cars.Joshua Schachter is one such person, and he's organizing the first autonomous track day, to be held on May 28th-29th at Thunderhill Raceway in Willow, California. read more