By now, everyone should know that the people over at Rockstar Games always create mind-blowing games: the Grand Theft Auto Series, Red Dead Redemption, to name a couple.
Max Payne 3 is no exception.
Before we begin, lets take it back and have a quick insight into the first two games.
After using the standard Xbox 360 headset for about 6 years now, I decided it was well and truly time to upgrade my gaming headset. Having recently got a PS3 as well, I decided that I could not play online on the PS3 using my O2 bluetooth jabra headset as it was, in a nut-shell, complete garbage.
Anyway, after reading several reviews of different headsets and coming to the conclusion that a) I wasn’t going to spend £100+ on pair and b) they had to be universal – I decided to pick up a pair of the Tritton AX180’s.
Retail they sell for around £45 (Amazon, Game and Tesco), depending on where you purchase them, but I got these for a cool £30 in the end using some reward points.
Battlefield 3 beta has been out for over a week now and as the curtains draw to a close, it’s about time I shared some of my experiences throughout my ten days of beta duty.
Xbox 360 and PS3 users could play the beta on one map, Operation Metro, in one game mode, Rush. Whilst PC gamers were blessed in the final weekend of the beta with another map and game mode, Caspian Border and the Conquest mode…