Logitech G Pro gaming headset review

The Pro G Headset is well-made, quality headset that’s a little too singularly focused. While competitive gamers may appreciate its punchy bass and crisp highs, the mid-range performance is just adequate. Of course, preference for that sort of tuning is entirely subjective. For multiplayer gaming, it’s definitely a good set, but comes up against strong competition in sets like the SteelSeries Arctis 3 and its better microphone, and the better all-rounder in the Kingston HyperX Cloud II or Cloud Alphas.

Semblance review – It looks good, how does it Play-Doh?

Semblance is a frequently delightful, innovative platformer that's all about breaking the rules. When it’s at its best, it’s devilishly clever, but it has a curiously stilted pacing and flow. Its subversive take on mouldable platforming is fun to play, but ultimately its underutilised core concepts will leave you wanting more.

SteelSeries Arctis Pro + GameDAC review – Superior sound and comfort for enthusiasts

Usually, if somebody asks me for a headset recommendation that’ll be used for both gaming and music, I’d point them in Sennheiser’s direction. The Arctis Pro changes that. If you’re looking for a headset that’s purely for gaming, then many of this headset’s best features will be completely lost on you. If you game, but also take your music listening seriously and don’t want a stack of headsets for specific purposes lying around, this is the one to get.