The Bottom Line: If you can get past its tedious setup, the AX Pro 5.1 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, 5.1 channel surround, 8 speakers, 4 in each ear cup, 5.1 audio controller, Detachable microphone, Binaural
The Bottom Line: The Xbox 360 remains a great video and gaming console, but fans will be better served by older 360 bundles -- or waiting for the Xbox One. Read review
The Bottom Line: Even though PS2 backward compatibility has been dropped from this version, the 80GB PS3 is still a superb Blu-ray player and high-definition game console. Read review
Specs: Sony PlayStation 3 - Game console, Blu-ray, Flash memory card, Cell Broadband Engine, 256 MB - Integrated, 1920 x 1080
The Bottom Line: The Mad Catz MOJO is a micro-console running Android and comes with a full-on console-quality controller. It currently has no price or release date. Read review
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
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 Last of Us is brutally realistic, often shocking, but undeniably fun to play. It's easily one of the year's best games and the strongest console exclusive in a long time. Read review
Specs: Mature, Naughty Dog, Action
The Bottom Line: While it costs a bit more than it should, the DualShock 3 adds the rumble support that should've been present in the PS3 from the beginning. Read review
Specs: External, Game console, Game pad, Wireless, Black, Gamepad
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: Headset, Semi-open, Black, 3.7 oz, Stereo, Volume control, Answer/end button, Play/pause button, Limited warranty - 1 year, Binaural
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup, Stereo, Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, Microphone on/mute switch, Volume control, Bass Boost, USB bus-powered, Built-in amplifier, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: As long as you don't mind the drop in rumble proficiency, the Logitech Cordless Action Controller for PS2 is the best controller you can buy for the PlayStation 2. Read review
Specs: External, Game console, Game pad, Wireless, AA type
Specs: Headset, Over-the-ear, Mono, On/off switch, Volume control, Mute button, Headset - Monaural
Specs: Everyone, Konami, Card Battle, 1-2 Players
The Bottom Line: The iCade Mobile is a retro gaming oddity for the iPhone that adds physical buttons, but for a lofty $70 price. Its lack of universal compatibility, lack of analog sticks, and large size relegate it to strictly novelty status. Read review
Specs: Mac, Wireless, AA type
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: - Handheld game console, Cartridge, Red
The Bottom Line: This year's Madden football for Xbox 360 feels more like a throwback than a true step forward. Read review
Specs: Everyone, EA Sports, Sports
The Bottom Line: While not all previous DS owners should upgrade, the DSi is an ambitious and solidly designed portable gaming system. Read review
Specs: Nintendo DSi - Handheld game console, Cartridge, Flash memory card, ARM9 134 MHz, Black
The Bottom Line: The Thinksound TS02 + Mic earphones are an excellent choice for music phone users who demand an incredible amount of bass and a compact, lightweight form factor. Read review
Specs: Headphones, In-ear, Chocolate, 0.4 oz, Stereo, Mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, Gold-plated plug, Noise isolating, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headphones - Binaural
The Bottom Line: While Sony has cut a few corners to get its entry-level PlayStation 3 below $400, it's still a great game console and Blu-ray player for the money--so long as you can live without backward compatibility for PS2 games. Read review
Specs: Sony PlayStation 3 - Game console, Blu-ray, Cell Broadband Engine, 256 MB - Integrated, Black, 1920 x 1080
The Bottom Line: The Logitech Driving Force Pro is a wheel that perfectly complements the games it was designed for; if you have a need for GT 4-style speed, this wheel is for you. Read review
Specs: External, Game console, Wheel and pedals set, Wired
Specs: Headset, Ear-cup (with behind-the-neck mount), 2.5 oz, Stereo, Play/pause button, Track select buttons, Volume control, Limited warranty - 1 year, Headset - Binaural
The Bottom Line: Diablo III is a devilishly captivating and addictive action role-playing game. Read review
Specs: Mature, Blizzard Entertainment, Role-Playing, Role playing game (RPG) - action RPG, Fantasy
Specs: Microsoft Xbox 360 S - Game console, DVD, Matte black, 1920 x 1080
The Bottom Line: Rome: Total War is the very definition of an epic strategy game. Read review
Specs: Teen, Creative Assembly, Strategy, Real-Time Strategy, Historic, 1-8 Players
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