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Submitted by Grateful Ghoul 775d ago | review

Review: Turtle Beach Call Of Duty Ops II Ear Force Sierra Limited Edition (This Is My Joystick)

So what was in the box? First off, you’ve got the Ear Force Sierra headset, which is reasonably lightweight for a solid chunk of kit. Branded with Black Ops II insignia, it looks the business. Component cables are included so that you can get hooked up to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC and Mac. A Sierra control unit, which like a cat with kittens feeds the remaining wires, and finally in my eyes the ‘Pièce de résistance’; the touch-screen programmable control console. I say ‘Pièce de résistance’ simply because I have never seen anything like it before. Let’s not take focus away from the main piece, though, the headset, which is the ‘arc de triomphe’. (Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, PC, PS3, Turtle Beach, Xbox 360) -

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