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Submitted by OliverKO 611d ago | review

Turtle Beach Ear Force XP500 Review | El33tonline

Erick at El33tonline writes:

"More often than not one gets stuck into gaming concerned about the graphics or gameplay, or even the interface or controls of the game. Sometime the lack of control makes you look at buying third-party controllers or perhaps a bigger and better screen to spot those sneaky snipers camping on the edges of the maps.

We are worried about what we can see, how it looks, if the controller feels right in your hands, and if the button layout is the way you want it to be. Seldom do we think about what we hear or even if we can hear an enemy sneaking up behind you." (Turtle Beach Ear Force XP500, Xbox 360) 5/5

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