Review: Turtle Beach Stealth Pro Headset (Xbox) | GamesRelated

Turtle Beach has always worked hard to stay at the forefront of the gaming headset space by providing devices that push the industry forward while still providing the comfort and familiarity of what gamers are used to. While there is a lot of fierce competition out there, Turtle Beach has introduced a headset that goes toe-to-toe with the rest of the industry.

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Garethvk150d ago

Mine was a pain to pair with the PC but when it finally did it worked well.


Nacon Are Launching The Revolution Pro 5 In October

No more stick drift.

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GoodGuy093h ago

Oh F***ing finally we have a ps5 pro controller with hall sensors lol. More than 10hrs battery too 👏.

andy851h ago

This actually looks really nice. I have a £100 voucher for a store too. Tempting

Gamingsince19811h ago

Muat have been made with strange hands in mind, why would you want the thumb stick up there like that ???

KwietStorm_BLM1h ago

Because that's the natural placement of your thumbs, particularly the left one that controls the movement (forward and back) of your character. You all complain WAY too much about this. Your hands being symmetrical have absolutely nothing to do with the stick placement, as they operate independently from one another. It's just another fanboy point, and if all you've used is a PlayStation controller, then of course you don't know the difference. Just use what's comfortable for you and be done with it.

KwietStorm_BLM1h ago

Easy decision. In time for Spiderman too.


Synth Riders Ends Support for Oculus Rift

Kluge Interactive has announced Synth Riders support for Oculus Rift has now ended. Owners can submit a request for a SteamVR version.

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Xbox leaks: what do they mean for you? Our five biggest takeaways

The cat is out of the bag, but why should the average punter care?