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Breathedge will keep you on your toes as you attempt to survive in the vast emptiness of outer space. Plunged into an unknown situation, you must discover the truth behind your sudden spaceship crash, all while relying on your... weird immortal chicken companion.

CRAFT tools, pilot vehicles, and control space stations to ensure your survival and enable you to explore the wreckage.I don't know about anyone else, but... I'd fear going into outer space because if something goes horribly wrong then it might be all over. (Momma no!)

Poker Club isn't as breathtaking unless you're referring to the Ultra HD 4K visuals and ray tracing, but you might end up on the edge of your seat if you pull off a win in a 200-player tournament!

In Poker Club... you live the life of a poker pro in an immersive poker simulation. Join a community of online players on their way to the top and track your progress in more than 10 Texas Hold’em tournament modes. Whether you’re a seasoned poker pro or brand new to the table, perfect your play style for the chance to win big.

I'll have to do some research on how to play poker like the pros because... I couldn't tell you anything about playing poker except how to lose your chips if you listen to me. Hehehe

Grab Breathedge + Poker Club... for free while the getting is good. The freeness evaporates on May 4, 2023 at... 11AM, so the quicker you are the better or pay the price... to own them. Game on!

Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal: The Complete Second Season... Reviewed!

Shout out to Warner Bros for supplying a copy of the show for review. My opinions are my own.

The prehistoric duo is back in action as Spear & Fang set sail on a new adventure in season 2, but does it hold up to what made season 1 great? Let's find out!

Visuals: I'm starting off with the art this time around because the visuals were even better in season 2. I loved when they were asleep on the raft and the moon came up. Them sailing on the raft was definitely a new frontier as they saw whales for the first time. Newcomers may wonder where the words are, but you get it.... they didn't know what to think of the sea creatures and you can see the look of concern based on their fear of the unknown.

I have to give props to the artists because they knew how to showcase the emotion well. I loved seeing the huge colorful jellyfish in this initial episode and I'd love a lithograph of that scene. They should definitely consider creating such things for collector's editions, like a great scene from each season (wink wink). This would make for one great-looking video game with amazing animation.

Story: Anyway, all is calm for the most part in this first episode until the prey came out to play. This included a freaking megalodon... and at this point, in true Primal fashion, you know it was... about to go... down.

Trust and believe episode 1 doesn't disappoint, and definitely usher's you into an amazing and somewhat mythological season with a left-field entry.

The duo gets separated at some point and it places them in a very interesting situation where they were on two opposing sides, you'll have to check that out. I think the way the overall situation played out was quite interesting, and regardless of the lack of words you can find in this show... one thing I appreciate is the ability they have to say certain things without saying anything at all.

You can expect completely new experiences for sure that take things in a not-so-prehistoric direction, but based on where things left off in season 1... when Mira was captured, I was curious about what I'd see.

Episode 5... is interesting. It's a change of pace... filler to show the primitive side of the modern man in colonial times, but I probably would've tucked that in as some sort of extra so that wouldn't eat up an episode. It is what it is I suppose, because episode 6 got us back on track with a battle that was bound to happen based on what occurred in episode 4. By the way, I like the way episode 4 wrapped up because it made the antagonist think twice about their treacherous ways. I won't reveal what you will see in episode 6, but if you were paying attention in earlier episodes... you will pretty much assume what the deal was. I put it together when Fang was sleeping in the cave.

Episode 7 might piss you off a bit if you aren't paying attention... because it isn't in Spear & Fang fashion at all, but there's a reason for it. The justification will be revealed twice in this episode, and greater understanding will emerge in part 2 of The Colossaeus, as Mythology emerges with revenge in mind.

The pace of season 2 was pretty good aside from the last episode, but when you see it, it will be justifiable after the final boss battle. Things got a little weird towards the end but I won't drop any spoilers, just keep in mind that the dwelling was wide open and Spear was in a situation. I'm curious as to what season 3 is going to look like based on how season 2 ended. Good stuff.

Overall, season 2 is amazing and showcases why Primal is an Emmy Award Winner. Just be warned, this isn't for children and contains uncensored content better reserved for ages 17+.

Audio: When it comes to the audio, you will certainly enjoy the suspense delivered via the music and sound effects. You get quite a bit of tribal-like music, along with some variety when facing one of the more dangerous antagonists this season. Season 2 also features DTS-HD Master Audio English 5.1.

Price + Extras: Price-wise, you can get Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal: The Complete Second Season for $29.98 on Blu-ray & $24.98 on DVD. I think the sweet spot would be $5 less in my opinion, but... luckily you can get it for the price I feel is much more fitting... here.

Season 2 has a runtime of 222 Mins and includes a bonus feature: Genndy Tartakovsky's Primal: Inside the Evolution.

Visuals 5

Story 5

Audio 5

Price + Extras 4

4.75 out of 5 Cool Points

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Update Your Game Library: Don't let genre burnout get you down!

If you're feeling burned out on your usual genres, why not try something new? There are plenty of amazing games out there, across all genres, that you might be missing out on.

Trying a new genre can open up a whole new world of gaming for you, and who knows... you might just find your new favorite game. So don't be afraid to branch out, and explore all that the world of gaming has to offer!

It's no secret that some gamers are more genre-loyal than others. In fact, many gamers only stick to one genre, and within that genre... they only play certain IPs. No hybrid genre action for these guys!

We've talked to well over 1000 gamers this year so far, and one guy told me recently that he gets bored playing Call of Duty pretty quickly now. I pointed out that there are other games out there, and he says, "Yeah, but what else is there? Like... that's where everyone is". I tried to hold it in, but I was like:

There are plenty of popular games out there that get a lot of love within the same genre (and across genres). I got him though because I presented him with a list of IPs (similar to what you see below) which he acknowledged he was aware of, but... he hasn't played one of them.

It's nothing you have to do, but knowing other games are out there only to deny yourself the pleasure of enjoying them because you (yourself, and the person being reflected in the mirror) choose to only stick to one genre or one IP is a... personal decision. You can see it on the faces of some people that they truly miss a controller being in their hands, so why not fun it up? We can never get any of this time back, so you might as well enjoy as much of it as possible.

Switching things up is the perfect solution to a gamer's funk regarding... genre burnout. Instead of playing the same games over and over again, try out something new to get a break. 

Buy the AAA game you love (no shade), but add a AA game to the mix, show indie developers some love by adding an interesting game to your library from that side as well, and show a free-to-play game some love. 

Free-to-play games don't require money out of the gate (and they're available on console too), but if you like the game, buy something to keep the free-to-play party going.

I can't just leave you with the list above, here are some of the latest games:

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Galactic Empire: Special Edition... Reviewed!

As a music lover, I was thrilled to get the chance to review the Galactic Empire's Special Edition album. And as a huge fan of both Star Wars and metal, I was doubly excited for this strum-fest.

From the very first track, a rocker's remix of the 20th Century Fox Fanfare, I was excited. The opening guitar riff instantly transported me to a galaxy far, far away. And the pounding drums throughout the album kept my head banging the whole way through.

While I would have loved to have heard some vocals on the album, I think the overall presentation is still respectable and fitting for each theme. This is my first time listening to Galactic Empire, they're actually a heavy metal instrumental Star Wars cosplay band. How badass is that?

Star Wars and Revenge of the Sith could have easily been two separate tracks, but the way they flow from one to the next makes for one kickass 7-minute experience. This is the longest track at 7:30.

Obi-Wan Kenobi was my favorite track, it made me want to grab a lightsaber and attempt to reenact a battle. The Battle of Hoth was a close second – an energetic and exciting track that will definitely get your heart pumping in the gym or wake you up to finish your (school) work.

I listened to the Special Edition album using the iFi Audio GO link in conjunction with the Philips Audio 9500 HiFi Headphones.

The thumps of the drums made my ears dance, but it wouldn't be the same without the guitars driving the sound. For what it's worth, I'd give this album a 4.75 out of 5. They tried to deliver variety, and there is with the different themes, but I did find myself checking certain tracks to see if the playlist looped over. 

Price-wise, I think $9.49 totally works for MP3. You can also get it on CD for $11.98, and Vinyl is $23.99. *Streaming options are also available.

Overall, this album is worth a listen for any Star Wars fan. It will make its official arrival to earth on May 5, 2023, and they're ready to take over your eardrums.

Track Variety: 4

Replay Value: 5

Quality Sound: 5

Cost: 5

4.75 out of 5 Cool Points!

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On Behalf Of... Chromebooks!

I wanted to speak on behalf of Chromebook. I really just said that, but Luis went a bit hard on this option. I think it has an audience, that's all I'm saying because... a number of people only use the internet and web-based apps (that's all). When they aren't home, they don't carry around a laptop... they're on a phone. So... why spend more when you can get what you need? Quality matters if you want it to go far, but... find a good balance.

I believe the average person who uses a laptop and doesn't require heavy editing or use a lot of offline programs, won't notice a difference because everything is there that they may need. The women I know who edit photos, mainly use Canva.

There are 2-in-1 Chromebooks that can give some users what they want, that's why they're still around. You get the option to draw with a pen. the Lenovo USI Stylus Pen is compatible with the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i.

Apps for Drawing on Chromebook:

Clip Studio Paint



Ibis Paint X

Infinite Painter

ArtFlow: Paint Draw Sketchbook

Medibang Paint

Concepts: Sketch, Note, Draw

Apps for Photo Editing on Chromebook:

Canva: Design, Photo & Video

Pixlr - Photo Editor


Adobe Lightroom Photo & Video Editor

Adobe Photoshop Express Photo Editor

+ More

Apps for Video Editing on Chromebook:

Videoleap - Video Editor/Maker



Sumo Creative Suite

Splice - Video Editor & Maker

+ More

Apps for Audio Editing on Chromebook:

Amped Studio



+ More

Google Chromebooks are pretty quick because they don't require a lot and most of the time they're affordable. I think the only time you will notice a slowdown is when you have a bunch of tabs open. When you get into the more expensive options, you are better off looking somewhere else because you're possibly looking for something that can do more (offline). If you're an artist who wants a Chromebook... because of its affordability, and you use Google on a daily basis, then a Chromebook like the Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i might work for you. Compare the options, speed, memory, storage, ports, pen compatibility, and price.

Lenovo IdeaPad Flex 5i Chromebook | $408

Intel Core i3 3GHz

13.3" FHD Touch Display


256GB Storage

Chrome OS


Lenovo USI Stylus Pen | $31.91

4096 Pressure Level Sensitivity

150-Day Battery Life (AAAA Battery)

If you're okay with spending a little more for a detachable keyboard, then the Lenovo Idea Pad Duet 5 Chromebook could work. Keyboard included. The cover gives it that Microsoft Surface feel.

Lenovo IdeaPad Duet 5 Chromebook | $449.99

Snapdragon SC7180 2.55GHz

13.3" OLED FHD Touch Display


128GB Storage

Chrome OS


If you go with a good Chromebook that's priced well... you win if you go in knowing what you're getting. You can also use your Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, Luna, and Geforce Now to stream games. Make sure you have a good connection and you should be satisfied. 

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