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Apr
2016

Out Now: ‘Spellspire’, ‘Zenge’, ‘Versus Run’, ‘Wild Roads’, ‘Armor Riders’, ‘Castle of Cards’, ‘Cube Escape: Theatre’, ‘Unforgiving’ and More

It's the time of week for new iOS game releases, but as my cohort Eli mentioned earlier today, there definitely seems to be something strange up with this week. There's still a pretty hefty list of new games in our list below, but there's also a handful of games that we've been told are supposed
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Apr
2016

Bypassing spinal cord lets paralyzed man control own hand

While Burkhart's early progress is hugely promising, the researchers hope that it is just a sign ...

Using a specialized sleeve, his own mind and a brain-implant smaller than a pea, a man paralyzed from the neck down has regained the ability to handle a variety of everyday objects. The researchers say the success of the technology, which bypasses the injured spinal cord, offers "realistic hope" to others with similar disabilities, with the team planning to expand the trial to include new patients in the coming months.

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Apr
2016

Watch PlatinumGames’ Kenji Saito create a stage in Super Mario Maker

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If you don't know Kenji Saito by name, you almost definitely know his work: he's directed PlatinumGames titles like Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, and more recently, Transformers: Devastation.

Recently, Polygon visited PlatinumGames Inc's headquarters in Osaka, Japan and asked if Saito would try his hand at building a stage in Super Mario Maker. The resulting level: a hectic, action-packed Super Mario Bros 3 stage that feels undeniably PlatinumGames.

Above, watch Saito create and explain his Mario Maker stage — and when you're done, play it for yourself: the Course ID is 05AA-0000-0213-4647, and you can add it to your in-game bookmarks on Nintendo's Mario Maker bookmark...

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Apr
2016

A clever Hearthstone rule change produces some fun new decks

Every week in Hearthstone, the Tavern Brawl mode provides a unique twist on the regular card gameplay. But sometimes the best Tavern Brawls are ones that simply implement small changes to deckbuilding.

Case in point: this week's excellent Tavern Brawl, titled the Great Stone of Challenge. It's based off the popular fan-run Challengestone tournament, and implements the rules from the first Challengestone. That means all spells in a deck must have an even mana cost, and all minions must have an odd attack value. Essentially you're cutting out around half of the possible options, providing a real challenge in building a good deck as well as preparing players for the upcoming introduction of standard format.

We had a blast with this Tavern...

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Apr
2016

Capcom says it will address Street Fighter 5’s rage-quitting issues in April

An update is coming to Street Fighter 5 this month that will address the rage-quitting issues that plague the fighting game's online mode, Capcom said in a tweet today.

Exactly how and when Capcom plans to roll out its anti-quitting measures weren't specified, though the company promised more details "soon."

Capcom started cracking down on quitters last month, punishing repeat offenders for leaving matches early and denying their opponents' victories. Capcom's methods for going after rage-quitters and stripping them of League Points were inefficient, however, and required players to send videos to the company for review. At the time, Capcom said it was "only targeting the worst offenders in our system."

Street Fighter 5's most recent...

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