Toronto’s Pearson Airport is about to level up its entertainment options, thanks to Nintendo’s soon-to-be installed game station.
On November 12th, Toronto’s A & C Games will be playing games for 12 hours to raise funds for sick kids at our local children’s hospital!
“The rock star dream is pretty much dead at this point,” PKEW PKEW PKEW bassist Emmett O’Reilly admits with a laugh. If there’s a word to describe the emerging Toronto punks, it’s open. Whether that’s on stage hammering out songs about being too broke to get drunk, or in a coffee shop interview speaking candidly on how they afford to pay rent, PKEW PKEW PKEW aren’t exactly keeping any secrets.
The video game industry is constantly changing, just as music, film, and other arts evolve with every new artist that touches them. Today there are thousands working in the gaming industry, but how do independent developers get their foot in the door? And more importantly, how do they find the financial support to develop and publish the game of their dreams?
Have you ever tried to imagine what your city might look like in 100 years? Artist Stephen Osborne did, and the result is a neon lit, cyberpunk version of Toronto.
Hey Button Mashers!
Last week The Varsity, the University of Toronto’s largest independent student publication, sent me to one of the coolest shows in town for pop culture fans, Toronto ComiCon 2016.
Check out some of the coolest things we got to see and do at this year’s Toronto Fan Expo!