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Review: Turtle Beach Recon 150

Y'all like to hate on Destiny, but it has given me something no other game has: a weekly ritual of six-player cooperative first-person shooter raids that require not only skill and focus, but more importantly communication and coordina...

 
 
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Review: HTC Vive Deluxe Audio Strap

It's been fun watching Oculus and HTC copy each other. First, Oculus backtracked on the bundled Xbox One controller with Touch. Then they sort of copied room scale (they call it 360 scale, and it's still experimental).  HTC has indirec...

 
 
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Logitech is buying Astro Gaming

It's right there in the headline, but yep, Logitech has agreed to pick up headset maker Astro Gaming. The acquisition is expected to close in "early August" for $85 million in cash, with Logitech "investing in an adjacent gaming market &mda...

 
 
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Review: iClever's budget IC-HS20 Gaming Headset & stand

Gaming headsets priced less than a nice steak dinner often fall somewhere between the meh to soon-to-be-snapped-in-half categories, but there are some exceptional standouts. I found such a unicorn among the hot garbage this time around...

 
 
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Review: Logitech G533 Headset

Logitech's Artemis Spectrum is oft-heralded as one of the best gaming headsets you can buy, but the company has taken another stab at audio hardware with the G533 Wireless headset. Like its forefather, it's expensive, but if you'r...

 
 
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Review: Razer Kraken 7.1 V2 Gaming Headset

Right after I got back from Poland almost a month ago, I received a package with all sorts of Razer goodies inside, including the Ornata keyboard, the Death Adder Elite mouse, and the Kraken 7.1 V2 Gaming headset. I'm still working on ...

 
 
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Review: FNATIC Duel TMA-2 Modular Gaming Headset

When you see the name FNATIC, you're probably reminded of the various eSports teams that bear the name, or you're outraged that someone would spell fanatic wrong. What you're not thinking is "Hey, I bet they make some good headsets," and le...

 
 
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Review: SteelSeries Arctis 5

I've been using the SteelSeries Arctis 5 as my main headset on my PC since getting them a few weeks back, and frankly, I don't see myself going back to my far more expensive Astros. This headset fits, keeps my hair from being a mess, d...

 
 
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Review: Logitech G231 Prodigy Gaming Headset

Last month I reviewed the keyboard and mice of Logitech's new Prodigy line, which is aimed at people who play games but don't necessarily need top-of-the-line gear. In keeping with my generally tardy self, I've been playing with t...

 
 
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With the new Xbox accessories, color comes at a price

Not to be outdone by Sony, Microsoft also has announced some new accessories for its updated Xbox One S. The Xbox One S controller, which has Bluetooth connectivity and improved grips, is now available in black, blue, and purple.

 
 
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Review: Hyper X Cloud Revolver headset

Are you an audiophile? If so, this review probably won't answer most of your questions. However, if you're a Regular Person and want to know the down-low on the Hyper X Cloud Revolver headset, I've got you covered. I'm here to answer the im...

 
 
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CORSAIR's Build it Better showcase at the Taipei PC Show

This is the third part of a Computex series. Check out the Bulldog, Lapdog, and custom cases. It's hard to show you what RGB-lit gaming peripheral look like without putting together an obnoxious video of still objects with the obligatory up...

 
 
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Review: SteelSeries Siberia 350 USB headset

SteelSeries has been my brand of choice when it comes to gaming headphones for years now. After breaking or being unimpressed with tons of other brands, the Siberia V2 was the first one that really clicked for me. It was the perfect mix of ...

 
 
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Review: Corsair VOID Stereo Gaming Headset

Some people spend hundreds of pounds/dollars[insert your denomination here] on a headset. Me? I spend enough on consoles and subscriptions and games and t-shirts and Pop Vinyl figures as it is. So while I’m content enough with mid-ran...

 
 
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Review: Razer Kraken Mobile headset

Razer has a funny ol’ reputation in gaming. While some question the quality-to-price ratio of its peripherals, others almost fanatically proclaim Razer as the best in the business. Despite being a PC gamer for years now, I’ve ne...

 
 
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Review: Lucid Sound LS30 Gaming Headset

In general, if you wear a pair of gaming headphones outside of your house, it's going to be clear you've done so. The typical angular, sharp, edgy design choices that run rampant in the gaming headset market tend to clash with the more smoo...

 
 
 
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Giveaway: Razer Kraken Pro!

What's Kraken y'all! The awesome folks at Razer have 5 headsets to giveaway to you lucky folks! The headset is the Razer Kraken Pro, and it seems pretty darn schway. Here's some specs:

 
 
 
 
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Review: Klipsch KG-200 Pro Audio Wired Gaming Headset

Many of the very same Klipsch gaming headphones we spotted at CES earlier this year are now here in our office, with the Klipsch KG-200 set being the latest to get our review treatment.  While Klipsch has always been a big name in audi...

 
 
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Aria, a studio-grade gaming headset, costs $349

If you regularly read this fine website, you'll know that I love anything audio or music related, and I'm especially taken with the area where games and sound collide. So Feenix's new headset definitely caught my eye with its claims of bein...

 
 
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PS4 firmware 1.60 adds support for Pulse headsets

As of a system update going live late tonight, PlayStation 4 owners with an official Pulse or Pulse Elite Edition headset will now be able to use their device with the console. That took a while, didn't it? With that support out of the way...

 
 
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Premium audio brands get into gaming headsets at CES

The business of gaming audio is growing so fast that the makers of many premium audio product brands are throwing their hats into the ring. Several new gaming headsets debuted at CES 2014, with entries from top names like Audio Technica, Se...

 
 
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Seconded: Another thumbs up for SteelSeries' H Wireless

I know that we brought you a full review of the SteelSeries H Wireless headset a few days back, but after trying them out at CES today I wanted to say a bit more about them. Chris did a fine job, but I liked these so much that I wanted to h...

 
 




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So should I get Wolfenstien 2 for ps4 or pc? I have new blood on Ps4 and then once I got a gaming pc I got old blood on Old Blood ran fine and great on my pc though I have heard about some problems with the pc port of

 
GoofierBrute

So Okami is up for pre-order on Steam, and its only Which means I now have three games on Steam that I want to get but only have enough money for The other two games are Cuphead and that new Touhou

 
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Saw a photo of myself Its nice to be reminded why I hate my face lest I start feeling good about

 
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Using Steams free DLC system, a developer could separate the various components and language packs of a game into separate pieces at launch, without needing separate Library A player could then download just the packs and content they -->

 
Czar Kazem

Bit the bullet and finally replaced my PS4, and now Im remembering how much our AV receiver hates Sony products and how much our wireless routers hate our At least I can get back to

 
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Almost forgot to post this He looks alright all things low at a distance :P

 
 

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