Push Square: "Audio is arguably the most underrated element of gaming. We spend hours poring over screenshots and gameplay videos, rarely giving a second thought to the sound as we inspect textures, lighting effects, and polygons. Despite this, a game’s ability to move or engage is often closely linked to the quality of its audio engineering, with the likes of Journey and Dead Space demonstrating the importance of a good score and intelligent sound design. However, in order to really appreciate the value of a title’s acoustics, you may need to splash out on expensive speaker arrays which aren’t always practical for all types of homes. That’s where headsets such as the Turtle Beach Ear Force PX4 have managed to carve out a market."