Tom Holkenborg the composer of the Dead Pool, Mad Max Soundtracks

Dead Pool and Mad Max Soundtracks

In this video, we going to tell you The Composer and Instrument Used for Dead Pool’s, Mad Max Soundtracks


If You Eat Mangoes Every Day for 1 Month. This is What Happens to Your Body

King Of Fruit 

If you've ever enjoyed some mango on a summer day, you'll already know! So, what title earned mango the King of Fruits?  Besides the mouthwatering taste, this fruit has so many amazing health benefits! Eat just one mango a day and you’ll be happy to see


A Radiant Complexion

Mangoes are full of vitamin A. This is a common ingredient in skincare products, and that’s for good reason. Your body needs nutrient A to develop and restore cells. But even brand-new skin cells won’t look that great if they’re not boosted up by collagen, a protein that makes skin look youthful and plump. To produce collagen, your body also needs vitamin C. Good news: you can get that from mangoes as well! 

Beefed Up Immunity 

Those two vitamins aren’t just going to have you looking fabulous, you’ll feel better too! That is if you tend to get sick pretty often. Mangoes can help keep your immune system healthy and free from colds and flu. They do that by aiding in the production of white blood cells. That’s your immune system’s soldiers that fight infections and illnesses! Not to mention, with a stronger immune system, you’ll see cuts and scratches healing faster too. 

Eternal Youth 

Mangoes contain a whole alphabet soup of antioxidants. You’ve probably heard that word thrown around a lot, but what does it mean? Antioxidants help you to protect cells from the damage caused by free radicals. Those things are everywhere in our environment, and, in short, they age you!


A Bright Shiny Smile 

Try not to throw the departs and sprigs of a mango – bite on them for two or three minutes instead. Dental specialists state this fortifies the gums and help the tooth lacquer. There yeah go, a Hollywood smile to go with your glowing skin! 

Sweeter Dreams

Mango contains a considerable amount of vitamin B6. Your body utilizes it to make explicit synapses in charge of rest quality and temperament. Sure, those two could be connected. I mean, if you sleep well, you probably won’t be cranky and miserable! But believe it or not, studies have shown that vitamin B6 helps fight depression too!

Sharper Thinking 

Talking about the sensory system, mangoes likewise contain glutamine. It's one of the most significant amino acids essential for good memory and focus. So, if you often feel kind of foggy or absentminded, you might want to try eating more mangos! 


Better Digestion

Fiber is something you’ll find in most fruits, and your body needs it for good digestion. It helps your system absorb the nutrients from your food. It also plays a major role in moving that food through your gut. In just one mango, you’ll get 20% of your daily recommended amount of fiber. You’ll also get 16% of your day’s potassium. This element helps in an interesting way – it improves the communication between your brain and digestive muscles. That way, they know when to contract and move food along through the system. 

A Happy Heart

Eating a mango daily can be a pleasant practice to bring down cholesterol levels and improve your heart and cardiovascular wellbeing as a rule. Scientists know that high levels of cholesterol increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes later on in life. With mangoes, it’s that powerful punch of potassium, fiber, and vitamins that’ll make your heart happier and safer from disease!

Improved Vision

One serving of mango contains 35% of your day by day suggested nutrient A. Yes, that same one that makes your complexion glow will also help your eye health. Well, at least it’ll help you maintain your good vision for longer. Don’t expect that you’ll magically be cured of your nearsightedness or anything. But if you can now, it’s always good to prevent vision problems in the future! Carrots and berries also benefit your eye health, and they can be combined with mangoes in smoothies 


Weight Control

Mango is a storehouse of fiber and pectin’s, which is what gives us a feeling of satiety. That is when you feel full after eating. What’s going to help you with weight loss is that mango makes you feel really full, yet it has very few calories. So, if you’re looking to shed a few extra pounds or keep those inches off if you recently managed to lose them, and then have a mango for lunch! So much good stuff in so few calories, you can’t go wrong! Actually, if you want to achieve that “fullness” effect, you got to eat the peel too. Don’t worry, it’s totally safe to eat, especially if you buy organic. It just might not taste all that great!

Healthy Bones

I’m sure you’ve heard that your bones need calcium to stay strong. That’s absolutely true, but your body also needs vitamin K in order to absorb that calcium! Mangoes will give you 8% of your daily recommended vitamin K, and your bones will thank you for it!

Cancer Prevention

This fruit contains loads of enzymes and plant compounds with high anticancer properties. Studies show that regular dietary intake of these substances reduces the chances of breast, prostate, and colon cancer as well as leukemia.


Liver Protection

You ever think about how much your body has to put up with, especially when you live in the city? Constant stress, malnutrition, pollution, and so on. Well, it’s your liver, in particular, that takes the brunt of the force. That’s why it needs protection from toxins and all that dangerous stuff that finds its way into your body. Antioxidants (those things that help your cells fight free radical damage) are just what the doctor ordered! So, help the old’ liver out and grab a mango!

Now, I must say, any time you’re dealing with certain foods that can affect your body so much – even if it’s a good thing like lowering your cholesterol! – It’s always best to get your doctor’s stamp of approval before you do anything. For example, when it comes to eating mangoes, doctors strongly advise those who have pancreatic diseases, gastritis, or hepatitis to be extra careful! So, if you’re interested in what mangoes can do for your health, see what the doctor has to say about it first and foremost!

But if you don’t have any serious health conditions, try eating mango on a daily basis. In a month, you’ll find yourself healthier, happier, and even looking younger! The best thing about incorporating more of this fruit in your diet is that it’s so versatile. You can eat it raw, toss it in a smoothie, have it in a serving of mixed greens – your choices are boundless! let me share one last tip with you… How to choose the best mango: First of all, the fruit itself should be a good-looking one. No bruises, insect marks, mold, or anything like that, obviously. Like any fruit, your main task is to check if it’s ripe. Since not all mangoes change color as they mature, you'll have to give it a delicate crush. Mango fruit shouldn’t be too hard or too elastic. The perfect ripeness is when it feels almost like the palm of your hand or fingertips. You can likewise smell it – some will have a fruity fragrance at the stem when they're prepared to be eaten. When in doubt, it’s always better to buy unripe fruit than an overripe one. At home at room temperature, the mango reaches its perfect condition in just 2 or 3 days. Well, those are my tips, so what about yours –If you learned something new today, then give this article a like and share it with a friend 

Maruti Suzuki XL6 Six Seater Ertiga Full Review

Maruti Suzuki XL6

Hi Readers and welcome back, this article based on Maruti Suzuki XL6 MPV. We gathered a lot of attention way before its launch while some wanted to know if 2 MPV could co-exist in a brand others just wanted to know the difference. In this article, we tell you everything that there is to know about Maruti is the latest offering

Maruti Suzuki XL6 Six Seater Ertiga Full Review

First of all the price so the Maruti Suzuki XL6 has been launched at an extra room price or rupees 9.70 lakhs which is actually 2 lakhs more than the base model of Ertiga to make up for this price difference the new MPV gets an extra badging two variants Zeta and alpha as well as a bf6 compliant petrol engine the XL6 is offered with both a manual and an automatic gearbox the manual variant is priced from rupees 9.70 lakhs to10.3 Lakhs, whereas the automatic variant starts at rupees 10.80 lakhs and goes up till 11.40 lakhs.

Talking about the size, the Maruti Suzuki XL6is longer wider and taller than the Ertiga despite that it gets the same wheelbase and ground clearance as the Ertiga which is at 180 millimeters; It's not bad actually it's the second-best in its segment. The first the position is backed by Honda BRV at 210 millimeters; with all three rows up the XL6 gives a boot space of 209 liters with the third Road down it offer 692 liters, which is actually a little less than what the Ertiga offers.

Maruti Suzuki XL6 Six Seater Ertiga Full Review

In my opinion the new Maruti Suzuki XL6 looks a lot better than the Ertiga. When the brand did say that they were trying to concoct the sportiness of an SUV with the practicality of an MPV to sustain that SUV look the new MPV it's a larger yet sleeker grille than the Ertiga, And gets a rebound face as well it gets LED headlamps up front blackened out 15-inch, alloy wheels roof rails. As well as a forked plate upfront and interior it also gets a black body cladding that borders the entire salute. The rear is largely similar to the Ertiga.

Maruti Suzuki XL6 Six Seater Ertiga Full Review

The L shaped tail lights are carried forward the new MPV is offered in six colors blue red gray khaki silver and white coming to the interior, the Maruti Suzuki XL6  gets an all-black cabin instead of the beige that is offered in the Ertiga. It also gets the company Smart Play infotainment a system that boasts of a seven-inch touchscreen it's compatible with Apple car play and android auto, Other features on offer are automatic climate control cruise control automatic headlights wipers as well as rear AC vents. It also gets a keyless entry with a start/stop button but the main attraction of the interior are the two captains seats that make the second row, Maruti has let go of the bench that is offered in the Ertiga and presents itself in a six-seat layout. Dual front airbags ABS with EBD speed warning system and rear parking sensors are offered as standard under the hood the XL6  does not get a diesel engine instead it has to make the with the single VS6 compliant 1.5-liter petrol engine. This engine has been previously seen on the CIAZZ and the Ertiga, And gets a mild hybrid system which claims to improve fuel efficiency the powertrain belts out 105 pairs of power and 138 Nm of torque it is offered with the 5-speed manual gearbox as well as a ford speed torque converter automatic transmission.

The claimed mileage is 19 kilometers for the former and 17.99 kilometers per liter for the latter. The figures are exactly what is awkward by Ertiga, Now since the XL6 has ported both into the SUV segment and the NPV segment it has gathered a lot of rivals it competes against the Mahindra Marazzo and they Honda BRB in the MPV segment. It also rivals against some of the SUV like the Uni Cavata Nissan kicks and the Renault Duster. Thank you guys for reading this article make sure to hit the like button comment what do you think about the Maruti XL6


Real Me 5 Pro First Impression Review

RealMe 5 Pro 

Today we're going to take a look at the more expensive one of the two this is the Real Me 5 Pro a true successor to the Real Me 3 Pro and also a sort of a successor to the Real Me x as well. We're going to find out if this phone is worth the price that you're going to pay for it, so without any further delay let's jump into the Review.

So in this first impression, we're going to talk about five major upgrades on the Real Me 5 Pro compared to the previous phone which was the Real Me 3 Pro.

Real Me 5 Pro First Impression Review

RealMe 5 Pro Crystal Design

Now the Realme 3 Pro and the 5 Pro actually feel pretty similar the Realme 3 Pro is also the same size as the Realme 5 Pro is right now the button placement is also very similar, the ergonomic curves on the plastic sides of the plastic frame are also quite similar to the Realme 3 Pro and I'm very much like the fact that the sides are still mat and not glossy. That just gives it a beautiful contrast where the back is glossy and the sides are plastic but matte, but the more interesting change is how the back actually looks now when realme came out the first times while there was a plain red phone as well with the Realme 1 the more popular version was the diamond-cut black awaited was something that made the Realme 1 look very desirable. Now the same philosophy did follow for some time they also experimented with a bag that I personally liked a lot which was the matte diamond cut back which we saw with the Realme C2 and the Realme 3i as well, but after the Real Me 3 Pro race track design what we saw at the back we are back to the diamond sort for diamond-cut design, but this is called a crystal design and you have a crystal green variant. Here I am so glad that two colors white and green are coming back to the phone because both of these are elegant colors and make almost any phone look premium of course, if you don't go the cartoony row.

Real Me 5 Pro First Impression Review

RealMe 5 Pro Sony IMX 586 

Now the second big upgrade comes with the standard camera so the Realme 3 Pro actually spotted a popular sensor from Sony which was the Sony IMX 5 and 9. The same sensor that was inside the One plus 6t, So Realme also decided to go for the Sony IMX 586 of the same sensor that the Realme X has, but also the same sensor that the one plus 7 and the 7 Pro have ended a lot of other phones. This sensor is probably one of the most popular smartphone camera sensors today and we have that with the Realme 5 Pro.

Real Me 5 Pro First Impression Review

RealMe 5 Pro Quad Cameras

So the third big upgrade is the multiple cameras set up this is the first time that RealMe is coming out with a commercially available a phone that has more than two sensors RealMe X had two cameras, RealMe 3 Pro also had two cameras, but the cameras were actually a standard sensor and a depth sensor that was it will mean never experimented with wide-angle cameras or telephoto, but this time they are experiment with some of them. So we have a standard 48 megapixel Sony IMX 586 which we already talked about. We have a secondary 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens with a field of view of 119 degrees this is massive, then you have the third sensor which is very interesting which is a macro lens. So this is a 2-megapixel macro lens and you can actually go up to four centimeters close to the subject that you want to click a picture of which is very close. If we don't know how smartphone cameras shoot and then you have finally, the depth sensor which will be used for portrait pictures, so this is the multi-camera setup on the RealMe 5 Pro. It’s among the very few phones under 20,000 that come with quad-camera setups let alone three cameras and then you also have the front camera which is the Sony IMX 586 one the same exact selfie camera that you saw with the RealMe X, so you pretty much have the RealMe XS camera which is phenomenal but two extra cameras at the back one of them is a wide-angle, one of them is a macro lens, now again this is no other review so we are not going to tell you what the camera samples look like so we are not going to give you our analysis because it will take us time to analyze the pictures.

Real Me 5 Pro First Impression Review

RealMe 5 Pro Processor Upgrade

So now coming to the number four upgrade now this is an upgrade that a lot of people would argue should have happened before, but I guess better late than never I don't think that's how that proverb is used, but whatever. So you have a snapdragon 712 AAA chipset inside the RealMe 5 Pro now Snapdragon 710 is the chipset that part the Realme 3 Pro, but it's also the exact same chips at that part the RealMe X, Now the 3 Pro people of course did not have a problem because the 710 is a very powerful processor, but with the RealMe X people did expect something better from it. At least the 712 that didn't happen with the X, but you have that with the RealMe 5 Pro. So technically at this point the RealMe 5 Pro actually has are more powerful processor at least on paper compared to the Real Me X, Now this of course also comes with you FS 2.1 storage and also lpddr4 x ram the highest-end variant that you can get is 8 gigs of RAM and 128 GB storage. So that's awesome, so you get that snapdragon 712 and all that power that comes with it, but of course tell you what the performance is like in the full review, but I think that 712 is going to impress a lot of people.


Remnant from the Ashes Review - A BRILLIANT Gem in the Rough

So right from the start before really diving in I want to say that Remnant From The Ashes is a game that I will be devoting a significant amount of time to that doesn't mean that I'll be covering it non-stop with a guide or live streams or anything like that but it means that the game is of a quality and caliber that interests me and will provide dozens of more hours of entertainment because I do not have as yet unlocked anywhere near all the items weapons traits and secrets that the game has to offer, and I'm rather excited to do so that is being said I have now more than enough understanding of what the game is to do my basic review and me can preemptively say that it will be an extremely positive assessment overall Remnant From The Ashes is a third-person loots based shooter set in a post-apocalyptic world and developed by gunfire games the creators of Darksiders 

Remnant from the Ashes Review
Remnant from the Ashes Review
I have seen a lot of comments directly comparing the game to Dark Souls with the insinuation that it is essentially a Dark Souls game with guns and while that comparison is true in some aspects in others it is not entirely accurate to begin let's focus on the story I never really care for story in games like this that is entirely personal and also highly subjective but when a game includes any sort of loot based progression or RPG leveling systems I find myself disregarding story in favor of character progression that is being said remnant does have a story the line that is worthy of at least moderate interest it's not Shakespeare but it is a $40.00 games that have some fairly well fleshed out characters a few interesting developments and certain elements of choice that is very impactful and will modify your individual experience based on what you choose in an industry where false choice is all too common thing anthem with its dialogue choices which were just a sham and meant absolutely nothing to have legitimate the choice which can introduce or avoid entire boss encounters it can be very refreshing on top of this the game strives to create true replayability at its core remnant is a linear co-op or single-player experience and with such a format replayability is generally a difficult feature to construct for a remnant however, the framework has been changed and as a result of that change is clear that the game could be played numerous times with an entirely different overall experience 

Remnant from the Ashes Review

The key to this is procedural generation when you set out to explore the world of remnant you will be entering into a procedurally generated tileset of maps each of these maps is taken from a pool of possibilities, and those possibilities contain unique PCs items, and even boss or reward on my playthrough I encountered a boss at a somewhat early stage who rewarded me with a mod called swarm for my weapon, and he completely changed my entire playthrough because of its sheer power it was insanely fun to use and I ended up running a reload speed and damage based mid-range build setup purely because of what was given as rewards from boss fights but other players who pick up the game will have an entirely different experience with separate rewards from different boss encounters spread across multiple unique map layouts the result of this procedural generation which is done quite well

 I might add is an extremely appealing replay the ability it might not be infinite I suspect that you will quickly on evening your second or third playthrough begins encountering repeated boss archetypes or tiles but it creates a much more robust sense of content than a simple the linear storyline that is exactly replicated upon every new game the character progression is also extremely individualized since boss encounters reward a unique item drop and item drops are tied to different mod weapons or pieces of gear and not only that but there are 30 different character traits which are unlocked after certain quests objectives or feats the character progression has a sort of living growth to it that yet Again, it varies on a subjective personal level based on how your individual game is unfolding I do not have yet unlocked the full number of traits in the game, but it is entirely possible to construct sniper builds crit builds shotgun and close-range builds and many possibilities by tying together certain traits mods and weapons additionally the process of leveling as far as I can tell was uncapped this means that over time as you play certain areas, and progress through various encounters you can level every single trait that you unlock to its full potential which eliminates the stress of re-rolling characters based on poor choices early on which is a phenomenon many similar games suffer from feeding back into this idea of one character always being able to adapt the game appears at first to feature a class system with an initial choice of closed mid or long-range gear, but immediately after that choice, a player can buy and equip any piece of gear in the game so nothing is really bound by class archetype or character selection as you begin to explore the world for anyone who has played a Dark Souls game a familiar checkpoint system becomes visible you very quickly discover your central hub which is called Ward 13 and from there utilize the artifacts to traverse the map segments much like a Dark Souls game would do which is one Of many reasons why the common comparison now exists citing this as Dark Soul with guns, unlike Dark souls.
Remnant from the Ashes Review

However and unlike many other games on the market right now remnant makes a deliberate effort to condense its control scheme now on PC I have heard this is less of an issue which is totally fair, and I cannot really speak to its polish on that platform since I mostly played on Xbox primarily but one of the controls schemes choices was to tie the melee attack to the same buttons that fires your weapon the game simply does not have hip fire and when scoped in the trigger fires your gun and when not scoped in it swings your melee weapon this is not a good system at least not on console it's not the melee swings are slow and if you're trying to rapidly switch between weapon types which are a very common thing owing to the limited ammo, and the way that mods and skills work while also trying to quick scope in for an important shot, it can frequently result in a long melee swing animation which will absolutely get you killed in a lot of circumstances on top of this there are numerous bugs and glitches I find myself battling against a few different bosses which would simply disappear or get stuck walked in the place, and completely break the fight worse, yet I encountered a glitch with the final the boss of the game and I won't show any spoilers here don't worry I feel like that would be unfair to do where a certain phase simply didn't have the required mechanic it glitches out and didn't show up, so we created an automatic death which resets the whole encounter when things were working properly these fights were extremely engaging and very fun but the number of times they became dysfunctional or stopped working entirely was a little higher than felt comfortable another minor point of criticism is the sheer number of encounters that rely on infinite trash mob spawns to inflate difficulty there were indeed a number of bosses that did not hinge on this mechanic, but the majority of the ones that I found in my initial playthrough would have a constant stream of enemies alongside the actual boss itself which is mostly ended up being a decent way to replenish ammo honestly it did or force movement throughout the room, but sometimes it became a bit overwhelming and repetitive if it became back-to-back-to-back-to-back fights with the same detonator enemies constantly rushing you the character progression is simple but has a decent amount of depth to it as well on top of leveling whatever trace you prefer and unlock there is crafting and upgrades based on resources that are either found or dropped by enemies for special boss weapons and mods the required upgrade material is special crystals dropped by harder enemies that spawn randomly throughout the world, and for other standard items there are various tiers of iron from regular to forge galvanized and hardened from what I was able to test it appears that co-op gameplay with up to two friends for a total of three players on the team increases enemy health and damage, however, because of the procedural generation,

Remnant from the Ashes Review

 I was not really able to test whether enemies spawn types and locations are altered as well which would be a good addition but as of now, I'm uncertain how to truly test that since areas are never really the same for a direct comparison the game is perfectly viable as a solo player I played the vast majority of my time as an individual and found that by and large it is balanced quite well for that type of play through however I was not able to find an effective way to manually save before meaningful choices so when confronted with a rather impactful decision I was stuck making it once and then potentially hard rebooting my console if I wanted to undo it but there was no simple way to try all the different avenues which would be slightly preferable to emphasizing a total replay just for one alternate decision by and large the game is extremely fun to play for its price tag currently sitting at $40 as of this video I am comfortable recommending it to anyone who thinks that they might have even a passing interest in the gameplay and it bears mentioning there were some shenanigans in the Rerelease phase with a VIP early access weekend available for all three platforms at least it was advertised that way in the pre-order bundle but the ps4 version had its access stripped away at the very last minute which is not good to see but overall it appears to be a deserved deserving title when it comes to monetization there was none to speak of from what I could tell this is not to say that it will never exist I wouldn't even begin to go down that road we unfortunately now have a trend in the industry of waiting until a positive review cycle has passed before adding in more predatory monetization techniques, but as it stands the game is very straightforward pay the initial price, and enjoy it no strings attached overall Remnant From The Ashes is an exceptional example of the value the replayability usage of procedural generation to ensure maximum content scope and depth of character progression combined to create an experience that is more deserving than most $60 games on the market today for a significantly reduced price on top of that anyone with even a passing desire to check it out should strongly consider picking up the game especially given its social value as a true co-op title the bulk of my criticism hinges on glitches and broken boss fight mechanics. I would not consider the story to be a monolith of drama or artful writing but it gets the job is done especially when compared to other competing games, and once the plethora of glitches and bugs have been ironed out which I would hope to be sooner rather than later it will be a top to bottom example of what should be expected from all game releases my final rating would be an Eight out of 10 depending on your personal experience, and the number of problems encountered this could range from a seven if many bosses end up being broken to a nine if you get a great set of tiles and fantastic rewards and a smooth experience regarding functionality.

I can easily recommend the game as a fun innovative title that takes risks were a great many of those risks paid off, but that's it if you want to support the channel there are links down below memberships merge stuff like that but I'll cut it there and stop rambling Remnant From The Ashes is a great game and as always thank you all for watching and have a nice night.


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