The Bottom Line: The Ear Force P21 headset may not support surround sound, but it is a solid stereo headset for voice chatting in Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 games. Read review
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, Stereo, Volume control, Mute button, Bass Boost, Built-in amplifier, USB bus-powered, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: At $130, the 2DS offers a huge array of compelling software and makes for a great entry-level gaming system to the uninitiated first-time gamer. Just be sure to buy a protective case along with it, too. Read review
Specs: Cartridge, Blue
The Bottom Line: The PSP Go is a sleek and sexy redesign, but its high price tag and some frustrating caveats mean it's not a must-have upgrade for existing PSP owners--at least for now. Read review
Specs: Sony PSP Go - Handheld game console, Flash memory card, 333 MHz, 64 MB - Integrated, Black, 480 x 272
The Bottom Line: The AX 720 Gaming Headset performs extremely well and is compatible with pretty much every gaming PC and game console except the Wii. Read review
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, Stereo, Dolby Headphone technology, Volume control, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: South Park: The Stick of Truth absolutely nails it. It's the perfect combination of hilarious South Park content woven into an ultra-satisfying, turn-based RPG. Read review
Specs: RP, Obsidian Entertainment, Role-Playing, Role playing game (RPG) - action RPG
The Bottom Line: With its extensive digital media features, a superior online service, and an excellent game library, the Xbox 360 remains the game console to beat. Read review
Specs: Microsoft Xbox 360 - Game console, DVD, IBM PowerPC 3 cores 3.2 GHz, 512 MB ( 512 MB ) GDDR3 SDRAM - Integrated, 1920 x 1080
The Bottom Line: The PX5 is easily one of the best wireless surround sound gaming headsets we've ever tested. While its $250 price tag is high, the set should satisfy gamers for years to come. The software, however, won't work with Macs. Read review
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, 8.2 oz, Built-in DSP, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: With its impressive body tracking and unique, controller-free experience, Kinect is great for casual gaming parties and workouts--assuming you have enough room to play it. Read review
Specs: External, Game console, 3D motion controller, Wired
The Bottom Line: Sony's slimmed-down, network-ready PS2 is a welcome update to the world's most popular video game console. Read review
Specs: Sony PlayStation 2 - Game console, DVD, Toshiba & Sony Emotion Engine 294.9 MHz, 32 MB RDRAM (RAMBUS), - Integrated, Charcoal black, 1280 x 1024, 32-bit color
The Bottom Line: Though it only supports analog stereo audio, the Logitech F540's multisystem support and impressive sound quality make it ideal for gaming and any other source you can throw at it. Read review
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, Stereo, Noise isolating, Adjustable headband, Volume control, Noise canceling circuit, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
Specs: Headset, In-ear, Midnight black, 0.6 oz, Stereo, Call reject, Volume control, Answer/end button, Flat cable, Sweat resistant, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: The Nintendo 3DS successfully offers a glasses-free 3D experience that needs to be seen to be believed. A weak start out of the gate has been all but forgotten thanks to a bevy of compelling releases on online downloadables since launch. Read review
Specs: - Pocket game, Nintendo 3DS, Cartridge, Cosmo black
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, 12.8 oz, Surround Sound, Sub-mini phone 2.5 mm, Mini-USB Type B, Audio presets, Dolby Surround Sound, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: Incompetent artificial intelligence and some weak gameplay mechanics hamper what could have been an interesting real-time strategy take on the popular board game. Read review
Specs: Teen, TimeGate Studios, Strategy, Strategy / tactics / wargame - wargame, Historical, 1-8 Players
The Bottom Line: We take the Xbox One's racing launch title for a spin and see just how eerily realistic its player-generated, cloud-based AI opponents can be. Read review
Specs: Microsoft Xbox 360 S - Game console, DVD, 512 MB, Matte black, 1920 x 1080
The Bottom Line: Microsoft reveals the Xbox One's new controller. One of the new features is developer-programmable trigger buttons. Read review
The Bottom Line: With a smaller design, more energy-efficient operation, lower price tag, and built-in Blu-ray and multimedia capabilities, the PS3 Slim delivers a compelling package for an affordable price. Read review
Specs: Sony PlayStation 3 - Game console, Blu-ray, IBM Cell Broadband Engine, Charcoal black
The Bottom Line: Despite a couple of limitations, the Sony Move Racing Wheel performs well, delivering a good sense of steering a car in racing games, and is much easier to set up than a full racing wheel. Read review
Specs: Game console, Wireless
The Bottom Line: Overall, the PlayStation Vita is the most advanced portable gaming system ever made. While the price is deceiving because of a hidden cost, gamers are getting an impressively complete package. Now priced at $200, the Vita makes a compelling case as the ultimate indie portable console. Read review
Specs: Sony PlayStation Vita 3G, - Handheld game console, Flash memory card, PlayStation Vita card, ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, 8.2 oz, Stereo, Xbox AV connector, 4 pin USB Type A, Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, Microphone on/mute switch, Bass Boost, Dual volume control, Bass control, Adjustable headband, Built-in amplifier, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: Now that Blu-ray has become the pre-eminent high-definition standard for discs, the Xbox 360 has yet to support it, but it still remains an excellent game console with a superior game library and online experience. Read review
The Bottom Line: The X31 is a great stereo wireless gaming headset for the Xbox 360, we just wish it could handle Dolby Digital playback. Read review
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, Stereo, Volume control, Bass Boost, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: Microsoft's Flight Simulator X provides a mind-boggling level of depth and breadth--if you don't mind some less than stellar frame rates. Read review
Specs: Everyone, Microsoft Game Studios, Simulation, Simulation - civilian plane flight, Realistic, 1 Player
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