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Turtle Beach Star Wars X-Wing Pilot Gaming Headset Review

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The Turtle Beach Star Wars X-Wing Pilot Gaming Headset has a good mic and sound quality, with a fun attention to artistic detail to give the Star Wars feeling. Unfortunately, the plastic frame gives a slightly tacky quality that can affect the comfort levels.

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Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24 Headset Review

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The Turtle Beach Ear Force PX24 headset has fantastic sound quality, while the SuperAmp™ functions are easily adjustable, for great personal optimisation. The limited noise cancelation and necessity to charge the SuperAmp™ are potential negatives, but the headset’s overall quality across multiple platforms is still impressive.

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Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power Review

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Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is a puzzle platformer with stunning 3D environments. New players will enjoy finding the solutions to puzzles by switching between the three playable protagonists. However, fans of the series may get frustrated getting the obligatory collectables in order to progress, rather than leveling abilities, like in Trine 2.

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Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey Remastered Review

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Grimm’s Journey Remastered is a Scrabble game in the form of an RPG. The cute art-style can be enjoyed by both adults and children, while the variety of upgrades and unlockables to choose from allows each player to define how they want to play the game.

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Reflections Preview

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Reflections is a first person narrative exploration game with an ambitious concept. The game boasts that everything can be interacted with and whatever players choose to pick up, view, and move around will affect the outcome of the story. Not only does player choice decide what the character does with their life, but also what happens in their relationships.

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Five: The Vault of the Traveler Review

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Five: The Vault of the Traveler makes for an emotional journey packed with action, laughter, and tears, as players and characters alike question whether they made the right choices. Telltale has certainly created a powerful conclusion to the episodic series that ties up all the loose ends in ways that they player probably won’t see coming.

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Four: Escape Plan Bravo Review

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Four: Escape Plan Bravo may disappoint some players with its lack of in-depth story and character development. However, the episode makes up for any faults with the constant banter, as well as some truly emotional moments.

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Three: Catch a Ride Review

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Three: Catch a Ride delivers a more intense atmosphere and deeper story development than previous episodes. Players who dislike quick-time events may get frustrated at times, although the majority give plenty of reaction time, and up the action perfectly.

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two: Atlas Mugged Review

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Tales from the Borderlands – Episode Two: Atlas Mugged has little plot progression, as the focus is firmly on building characters through conversation. Luckily, the returning humour and intriguing story makes it worth continuing.

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