As you may have recently discovered, it’s no longer possible to modify Mario villains. Last month, Paper Mario Nintendo game producer, Kensuke Tanabe, spilled the details to Video Game Chronicle. In the recently released Paper Mario: The Origami King, a brand new villain is introduced; King Olly invades the Mushroom Kingdom with a mission to … Continue Reading

Toronto Raptors 150 Brooklyn Nets 122 The Toronto Raptors completed the franchises first ever playoff sweep with a win over the Brooklyn Nets Sunday night. Toronto exploded in the final game of the series scoring 150 points in game four. The Raptors bench was huge pouring in 100 points in the blow out. Norman Powell … Continue Reading

Despite a global pandemic, the 2021 Graduate class of Inclusive Design at Toronto’s Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD) – Canada’s largest art, design, and media university – has united to execute a gripping virtual exhibition to communicate their Major Research Projects (MRPs). During this unsettling and unpredictable time – a time that’s undoubtedly … Continue Reading

In a match made in nostalgia heaven, Lego has teamed up with Nintendo in the first collaboration from the two massive brands. Lego Super Mario features the required Starter Course and will have 10 expansions – most impressively, there’s even a Lego Nintendo Entertainment System that interacts with a Mario figure. The Starter Kit includes … Continue Reading

Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre thinks Colin Kaepernick will reach a hero status similar to that of Pat Tillman. Last month, the football legend made headlines when he compared Kaepernick to Tillman.  And we have to agree. Since infamously taking a knee during the national anthem in 2016 pre-season game in protest of racial … Continue Reading

While Black Lives Matters (BLM) protests have slowed throughout North America, the conversation surrounding racial injustice, racism, and inequality continues – louder than ever, in fact. Daily reminders of the ever-important and incredibly overdue BLM movement are found in everything from social media feeds and media headlines, to dinner table conversations. They’re also found in … Continue Reading

After seven years, LEGO has released its latest Mindstorms kit – and it may be all you need to peel your kids away from their screens after months (and counting) of quarantine mode. Essentially, the coveted kit combines the LEGO building system with robotic and coding elements (and it admittedly looks just as fun for … Continue Reading

If you have time to scroll through Instagram, spend hours at your weekly virtual party, or fill your shopping bag on an online shopping spree, you have time to watch 13th. Actually, even if you don’t have time to do the above things, you should make time to watch the award-winning, free-to-watch Netflix documentary. It … Continue Reading

Tony Hawk is back and we could not be happier A staple in 90’s and millennials childhoods, Tony Hawk Pro Skater was a game that everyone had as a kid. Countless hours spent learning tricks, finding cash, and completing levels, pro skater was a game for all. Tony Hawk released Tuesday through a tweet that … Continue Reading

Toronto Raptors esports team wins first ever Sportsnet 2k broadcast While all major sports leagues are still on hold, networks have begun airing epsorts. Sportsnet will now air the official NBA 2k league every Tuesday night. This is the first time the league has ever hit the broadcast airways. Raptors Uprising took to the screens … Continue Reading