LucidSound, innovators of premium gaming audio hardware, announced today the shipping of the LS40 Wireless Surround Universal Gaming Headset, the highly-anticipated flagship headset in the critically acclaimed LucidSound range.
Attack on Titan is a franchise I’ve heard a lot about. I only know the basic core idea of humans, struggling to survive, fighting against giant creatures. These naked beings that roam the land, eating people, seem to have come from nowhere and only leave death in their path. Honestly it sounds messed up and it is. Humans have found ways to fight them and erected walls to stop them, but the battles go on. The game sets this up all rather well for new people to the series and veterans will know exactly what to expect story wise, but what about the gameplay?
ASTRO Gaming is back with its third generation A40 headset. The TR in this ASTRO A40 is for “Tournament Ready”, meaning there’s nothing additional you need to buy or equip in order to take this headset for pro-level gaming. That doesn’t mean you have to be a tournament-level gaming to use and/or appreciate this headset. ASTRO Gaming makes great headsets, and are universally known as luxury/premium headsets, a fact that was proven while using them, but they are worth it for any gamer that appreciates great audio.
Following the launch of Guitar Hero Live, players have rocked out to over 200 songs in GHTV, the world’s first playable music video network. Today, Activision and FreeStyleGames kick off a regular series of GHTV content additions that will be accessible to players who purchased the game free of charge, growing the already extensive library with new music on a regular basis. By the end of the year, over 70 new songs will be added to the platform and accessible by all players. In celebration of the new content, Activision is giving all Guitar Hero Live players free on-demand access to the entire GHTV catalogue throughout the whole weekend, startingFriday at 4am PT.