E3 2017 Games We Want Now!

E3 2017 was a phenomenal ride where dozens, if not hundreds, of games were shown, played, and demoed in front of thousands of attendees. It’s always hard to pick your favorite game, but below we’ve got seven games from E3 2017 that we want now!

Sea of Thieves

We’ve known about Sea of Thieves for a year or so now, but it doesn’t stop us from wanting it any less. Rare’s pirate adventure game received a brand new gameplay trailer at E3 2017 and it was full of pirate shenanigans and a voice over that was equal parts hilarious and informative.

Shown in the trailer was a treasure hunting adventure. The pirates had a scroll on which some classic pirate clues were written, which inevitably led them to an island. After making it to land and discovering a cave, the pirates found themselves laden with pirate boot, being chased by skeletons back to their ship as a storm was rolling in over the seas. Once aboard the ship, enemy pirates began to attack! Then it all went pear-shaped as the storm thrashed the ships, resulting in the captain going overboard.

From the gorgeous water design and ship-to-ship combat, to the underwater sections full of sharks and the island-hopping search for treasure, Sea of Thieves is looking to be one of the hottest games revealed at E3.


No one was anticipating a new BioWare title to be revealed at E3 2017, but here we are with Anthem, a brand new IP from the team behind the likes of Mass Effect and Dragon Age. A rich universe was unveiled during the trailer as the player entered a clustered bazar that led to a platform where a few exo-suits stood, and then it all kicked off.

Standing on the edge of a mountain, looking out over a lush and expansive world full of monumental structures buried in nature, the player on-screen takes a step forward and begins to fly. The exo-suit activates a jetpack and we are treated to a fly-by of the surrounding wildlife.

Anthem is looking like a cross between Mass Effect and Destiny, with an environment so beautifully designed it’s enough to make our eyes water. We cannot wait to see more of this title and its one we want sooner rather than later.

Days Gone

During Sony’s Press Conference we got another special look at Days Gone, a post-apocalyptic survival horror game with zombies the like of which we haven’t seen in years. Gone are the days of boring zombies that pose no threat, these zombies are truly terrifying: they run fast, travel in packs, rip people to shreds, and can infect bears!

We get a little look at the gameplay in this reveal that shows not only the classic distract-using-rocks method, but a mechanic based entirely around sound. Cause an enemy to make too much noise and they will attract the ferocious zombies that swarm over the hills like a crashing wave of flesh. We need this game now, like, preferably yesterday.

Beyond Good & Evil 2

The announcement of Beyond Good & Evil 2 was one of the biggest surprises of E3 2017 that left the audience speechless and on their feet applauding. Ubisoft hit a homerun with this reveal and while we didn’t see any gameplay, we got a sneak peek at the universe we’ll get to inhabit in the near future.

Beyond Good & Evil 2 is a prequel to the original story, set in a world where all manner of alien lifeforms live, work, and play together in an Asian-style cyberpunk city. From talking English monkeys to humanoid-pigs, Beyond Good & Evil 2 is going to be full of unique characters for us to experience. We want this game now. But we’ll just have to wait!

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Bethesda unveiled their latest entry into the critically acclaimed Wolfenstein reboot in the form of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. This gritty series is known for its alternative take on the World War 2 era and what happened thereafter.

In this reveal trailer we get to see the guys we love to hate, Nazis, being blown to bits by none other than William J. Blazkowicz. Though not much was shown about the story, The New Colossus appears to be set during another American Revolution against the ruling regime. Blazkowicz will need to work with a resistance group to once again fight the Nazis.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus will be hitting our consoles and PC on October 27, 2017.

Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo was the last company to take the stage at E3 2017 and they did not disappoint. Not only did we get another Super Mario Odyssey trailer, but during their Treehouse stream we got to see huge amounts of gameplay for this upcoming Mario title.

Mario now has a bunch of new moves available to him, such as where he can throw his hat out and take control of an object or enemy. This can be used to become a Bullet Bill, Goomba, and even a tank!

Super Mario Odyssey is shaping up to be a wild ride on the Switch, and we cannot wait to dive into New Donk City. The New York-inspired city looks to be full of activities and seeing Mario run around this life-like world is phenomenal. We only have to wait until October 27, 2017 to get our own copy.

Metroid: Samus Returns

Finally, one title we cannot wait to get our mitts on is Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. This latest Metroid game was revealed during Nintendo’s Treehouse segment after their main video-presentation. MercurySteam, the developers of Castlevania: Lords of Shadows, are taking the helm of this re-imagining of the original Metroid II: Samus Returns, a Game Boy game from 1991.

Metroid: Samus Returns will take what the old title achieved and bring it to the new era. In the action-packed trailer, we got to see Samus employ a lot of old-school fighting styles through the power of the 3DS. Metroid is such an iconic game and to see this old-school title brought to the 3DS is truly exciting – we need this ASAP! Good thing it’s releasing September 15, 2017.

With a few titles releasing this year, some next year, and others merely announced, getting excited about upcoming games is par the course for E3. We can’t wait to get our hands on the above titles, but what are your must-have games from E3 2017?

Best Tech and Gadgets at E3 2017

Tech, gadgets, accessories, it goes by many names, but each E3 brings with it a wealth of new hardware for us to get our hands on. Whether it’s a new type of fighting stick, a kickass new headset, or even a new console, the tech and gadgets announced at E3 are just as important as the games.

Though there were some surprising game announcements and a bunch of games we need ASAP, none of it is good if we don’t have awesome hardware to use with them! So below are the five best tech and gadgets from E3 2017!

Turtle Beach Stealth 600 & Stealth 700

We here at Turtle Beach are extremely proud of the audio products we produce, and we’re just as proud to have announced our brand-spanking new Ear Force Stealth 600 and Stealth 700 series for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Utilizing Microsoft’s new Xbox Wireless technology, the Stealth 700 & 600 for Xbox One removes the hassle of cables to give you ultimate freedom. No station, adapter, or wires, all you need to do is turn on your headset and get ready to game.

For the PS4, the Stealth 600 & 700 grant the same freedom of wireless technology. The wireless USB transmitter offers smart channel-hopping technology, allowing you to easily get to the important part: gaming. The Stealth 700 also includes DTS Headphone:X surround sound technology that creates an amazing 7.1 soundstage around your head – enhancing your game and allowing you to pinpoint the competition.

The Xbox Duke Controller

The original Xbox controller, "The Duke", is coming back!After the shock announcement that original Xbox games will be coming to the Backwards Compatibility program, Hyperkin dropped another bombshell: the original Xbox controller is coming back.

Lovingly dubbed “The Duke” by the world, everyone loved to hate the original Xbox controller. It’s huge, unwieldy design made it incredibly awkward to hold and even if you did get used to it, you couldn’t deny its peculiar looks. However, it holds a special place in all of our hearts, and to see it returning is like welcoming back an old friend.

Hyperkin are creating it with Microsoft’s blessing for PC and Xbox One. It will be updated for the times, featuring Bumpers, wireless connectivity, and a screen where the old Xbox logo used to be. We can’t wait to get our hands partially around this huge beast of a controller.

Xbox One X

Announced at E3 2017, the Xbox One X is coming out in November.Sticking with the Xbox theme is the Xbox One X, Microsoft’s latest addition to the Xbox One family. Originally revealed by its project name as Xbox Scorpio, the Xbox One X was finally unveiled at this year’s E3 on-stage as part of Microsoft’s Press Conference.

This new Xbox One console is the most powerful home entertainment system on the market, offering true 4K gaming and 60 fps. Microsoft went over all the specifics, using a whole lot of jargon, but the short of it is that they created the Xbox One X from the ground up and have actually designed entirely new architecture to increase performance. The CPU is cooled not by a fan, but by a liquid vapor chamber. How cool is that!

Thrustmaster T-GT PS4 Racing Wheel and Pedals

The Thrustmaster T GT is perfect for Gran racing enthusiasts.If you’re a racing enthusiast, this racing wheel and pedals by Thrustmaster is just… wow. The Thrustmaster T-GT utilizes some truly astonishing technology, whether in the wheel or the pedals. The Force Feedback is 100% proportional to the force determined in the game, so you will feel every single little detail, enabling unprecedented control over your vehicle.

Even the foot pedals are crammed full of tech. The base houses improved weight balance for better stability during endurance-testing Grand Prix while the pedals boast progressive resistance through a conic brake mod. Honestly, if you want the true Gran Turismo Sport experience, a Turtle Beach Stealth 700 with a Thrustmaster T-GT is the way to go. You’ll hear the car and feel the car like never before.

Nyko Nintendo Switch Portable Docking Kit

The Nyko Nintendo Switch Dock is compact and lightweight, making it ideal for travel.Finally, our beloved Nintendo Switch, the ultimate portable console, is receiving a third-party dock. That’s right, no more having to lug around the official Nintendo dock – that can stay safely at home. The crew over at Nyko revealed their Portable Docking Kit at E3 2017, and it’s one gadget we simply must have.

This $45 dock acts as a little stand for the Switch while also connecting it to a TV via HDMI. The unit will also charge it! Marketed as a portable console, the Switch runs into problems if you can’t charge it when at a friend’s place (or if you’ve taken it to E3 for some in-line entertainment). Thankfully, the Portable Docking Kit includes everything you need, a USB-C AC adaptor and HDMI cable, so it’s good to go straight out of the box.

There’s always more gear and tech announced at E3, but those are our five favorite pieces. What was your favorite tech or gadget announced at E3 2017?

Biggest Surprises of E3 2017

Though walking the floor is exciting, the first few days of E3 offer some intense moments of joy as publishers reveal games for the first time. Whether it was an unexpected game or an update to software that came out of nowhere, being surprised at E3 is a rarity and something that must be celebrated. Below are the biggest surprises of E3 2017!


BioWare blew everyone’s mind when they unveiled their brand new IP, Anthem, at the EA Press Conference at this year’s E3. Then, a day later at the Microsoft Press Conference, gamers around the globe got to witness not just a teaser, but 6-whole minutes of gameplay.

What’s truly astonishing is that BioWare is known for its rich single-player experiences in the form of Mass Effect and Dragon Age, so part of the surprise was that Anthem looks as if it will have a lot of focus on cooperative gameplay, in a similar fashion to Destiny.

Anthem itself appears to be a futuristic exploration game that focuses on earning loot, shooting aliens, and teaming up with friends to take on challenges.

Monster Hunter World

Who would have expected that another Monster Hunter title was going to be announced at this year’s E3? Certainly not us! The last time a Monster Hunter game graced our home consoles was back in 2012 on the Wii U with Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, and now Capcom is bringing Monster Hunter World to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

Not much is known about this latest instalment in the franchise, but from what was revealed, the game looks to embrace the open-world genre. In the trailer, the player hunts down a massive monster, uses a huge sword, all manner of traps, and even utilizes a ghillie suit of sorts. At the very end, we even see three other players being carried in to help take down the monster. Slated for release next year, Monster Hunter World was a pleasant surprise!

Shadow of the Colossus

During the Sony Press Conference, the crowd was left speechless as Sony revealed that Shadow of the Colossus was getting a complete remaster for the PlayStation 4. Originally a PS2 game from 2005, Shadow of the Colossus captured gamer’s imaginations and emotions as they took on the role of Wander, a lonely adventurer who trekked across a vast land taking down titanic-sized colossi.

Now in 2017, Shadow of the Colossus has been announced once more in the form of a remastered version coming to our PlayStation 4’s in early 2018. For those that might have missed out – or for fans looking to jump back into the saddle – this is the perfect opportunity to experience this wonderful game.

Age of Empires: Definitive Edition

If the first three seconds of the trailer with the iconic “wololo” didn’t give it away, the ensuing gameplay sealed the deal. Announced during the PC Gaming Press Conference, Age of Empires: Definitive Edition surprised the entire audience.

Any gamer who got their hands on this old school CD-ROM game from Ensemble Studios will likely have fond memories of progressing through the ages in what was likely their first RTS game. Now, some ten years later, PC gamers will get the chance to relive these memories in glorious 4K on their gaming rigs.

Beyond Good & Evil 2

After being revealed in a short teaser back in 2008, the state of Beyond Good & Evil 2 was unknown, with many gamers fearing it had been cancelled. Ubisoft, recognizing this opportunity to blow everyone’s socks off, ended their show with a bang as they finally unveiled Beyond Good & Evil 2.

Met with a standing ovation, the team behind Beyond Good & Evil 2 were brought to tears over the hugely positive response. Though no release date is set for Beyond Good & Evil 2, it was announced that the game would be a prequel to the 2003 cult-classic.

In the trailer we get to see all manner of characters, an environment that fuses a cyberpunk Asian-influenced metropolis with a hanging-gardens-of-Babylon-like city, as well as massive space-faring vessels. The universe of Beyond Good & Evil 2 is looking rich.

OG Xbox Backwards Compatibility

Question: What’s better than a company announcing one game we weren’t expecting? Answer: Microsoft announcing that OG Xbox games will be coming to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program later this year. This was arguably the biggest surprise at E3 2017, with no one even anticipating that this would be an option.

Phil Spencer surprised every single Xbox owner across the globe with this announcement. After 16 years of Xbox games, the Xbox One will be able to play – from the disc and digital download – original Xbox games. The likes of Crimson Skies and Fuzion Frenzy are already announced as titles coming to the program, with more being added later on.

Whether you’re an Xbox fan, PlayStation supporter, Nintendo enthusiast, a PC gamer, or a mixture of all of them, E3 is the time of year where we all come together and celebrate the great passion that unites all of us: gaming. It’s always exciting when something unexpected happens, and E3 is the perfect opportunity for publishers to make their fans happy. What did you think was the most surprising and awesome thing announced at E3 2017?

Best Trailers from E3 2017

Like a passing thunderstorm, E3 2017 has come and gone with all the major game publishers having shown off some incredible titles. EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, Ubisoft, and Sony all brought their A-game to the table this year and while it’s tough to pick your favorites, below are some of the best trailers from E3 2017.


Anthem is BioWare’s new IP, adding to their pool of top-shelf titles. Amazingly, Anthem remained under wraps for so long, with not so much as a peep about what BioWare would be showing at E3. Starting with a smaller teaser during the EA conference and finishing with a massive 6-minute gameplay trailer during the Microsoft presser, Anthem set itself to steal the show in the first day.

A Way Out

Revealing during the EA conference by Josef Fares, a man with limitless passion for his creation, A Way Out follows the story of two inmates in a prison as they attempt to escape. A Way Out features a unique gameplay experience that is specifically designed for split-screen coop. Each player takes on the role of either Leo or Vincent and must work together to overcome each challenge.

Sea of Thieves

Yar-har! Sea of Thieves continues to impress and the latest gameplay trailer shows that Rare has climbed back into the driver’s seat and taken back control of the comical adventure game genre. This trailer showcases a variety of activities a swashbuckling pirate can participate in when Sea of Thieves launches next year.

Deep Rock Galactic

Deep Rock Galactic was a surprise indie title that looks to be like a mix between Helldivers and No Man’s Sky. Take on the role of a dwarf and go spelunking for treasure with three of your friends. But be careful, because you don’t know what alien horrors you’ll find deep below the planet’s crust!

The Last Night

Blending two art styles, The Last Night sets itself apart as an extremely unique title and a gem in Microsoft’s crown. Touted as a 2.5D cinematic platform game, The Last Night uses pixel art and fully rendered environments to tell the story of Charlie, who lives during a time where machinery does everything for humanity.

Beyond Good & Evil 2

Ubisoft dropped arguably the biggest surprise of E3 2017 with the trailer for Beyond Good & Evil 2. No longer will fans of the 2003 title have to guess as to whether the sequel is in development or has been canned. The Beyond Good & Evil 2 trailer takes us through a futuristic world where all manner of alien lifeforms coexist. From a sprawling metropolis to the deep bowels of a foggy planet, Beyond Good & Evil 2 looks to take us on a wild adventure.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus during their E3 2017 Press Conference. Set after the events of Wolfenstein: The New Order, the trailer for Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus showcases everything we love about Wolfenstein: massive amounts of gore, meaty guns, and killing Nazis.

God of War

Kratos sure has calmed down a lot since last we saw him, and now with a kid to take care of, a few different emotions are appearing. Sony revealed God of War at least year’s E3, but in their 2017 presser, Sony showed off even more of the old Greek mythology-inspired anti-hero. The trailer showed the combat we love, the huge monsters we fear, and some moving moments with Kratos’ son, Atreus.

Days Gone

It feels like zombie games are a dime a dozen, with the threat of becoming infected being no more than a slight inconvenience. Then there’s Days Gone, which introduces one of the most terrifying takes on the zombie franchise in years. In the trailer released by Sony, we get to see hordes of fast-moving “Freakers” rush to any noise they hear, tearing apart whatever is in their way.

Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds

Fans of Horizon Zero Dawn should be thrilled to hear that they’ll be able to climb back into the boots of Aloy once more as she takes on the latest mechanical threat. Sony revealed the first piece of DLC heading to our PlayStation 4 consoles in the form of Horizon Zero Dawn: The Frozen Wilds with the above stunning trailer.

Destiny 2

Destiny 2 is probably going to be what everyone is playing for the next three years until Destiny 3. Bungie continues to impress players as they seemingly acknowledge the playerbase’s concerns, such as story. In this recent trailer, Guardians get a real insight into Ghaul, the main villain, and his thoughts about the Traveller’s misplaced gift. It’s looking like Ghaul isn’t going to be a push over.

Monster Hunter World

Coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, Monster Hunter World surprised just about everyone, especially given that the last full release occurred years ago on the Nintendo’s Wii U. Seen for the first time during Sony’s Press Conference, Monster Hunter World shows a huge and lush environment with the player utilizing all manner of traps and weapons to capture gigantic beasts.


Sony dropped this web-slinging bombshell at the close of their E3 Press Conference. Insomniac, the developer behind such classics as Spyro, Ratchet & Clank, Resistance, and Sunset Overdrive, are leading the charge with Spider-Man, a PlayStation 4 exclusive title set to release sometime in 2018. What we got to see at E3 was Spider-Man taking on Mr. Negative atop a construction site followed by an epic (and dynamic) helicopter chase. This Spider-Man title is looking amazing!

E3 2017  has wrapped up and the dust has just about settled now. What was your favorite trailer of E3 2017?

7 Games that Visualise Audio

Video games typically utilize vision and audio separately, with both mechanics sticking to their own sides. However, some games blur the line, enhancing the vision with audio, and the audio with vision. Fighting games are one such example where audio cues are just as important as the visual ones.

Then there are those games that take the audio and represent it in a visual format, turning an auditory treat into a visual feast. This is where audio is represented not only as a sound, but as an effect or mechanic on-screen in the form of vision.

Here are some of our favorite examples of games that have visualized audio.

The Last of Us

Joel uses Listen Mode to "see" enemy sounds through walls.

The first cab off the rank is The Last of Us, Naughty Dog’s critically acclaimed post-apocalyptic title from 2013. In The Last of Us, Joel and Ellie must try and survive against the infected through any means necessary. To do this, one of the skills Joel and Ellie can use is the Listen Mode.

When Listen Mode is activated, Joel and Ellie can see the silhouette of an enemy through walls and objects. Any enemy that is making a noise, moving, or even just standing still and breathing can be detected this way. Normally, games only give this information through audio, but in The Last of Us, this audio is represented visually.

Guitar Hero

Each chord of music is represented by a single button on-screen.

This list wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t mention the titan that was Guitar Hero. Known for letting gamers experience the thrill of rocking out without having to learn an instrument, Guitar Hero was the, excuse the pun, hero of many parties.

It’s a simple visualization, but one that has stuck with gamers for a long time. Each beat of the music, each string on the guitar, though played through the audio track, was also represented by a simple button on-screen.

As these buttons flew by, it was up to you to hit them in time. Even if you didn’t have an ear for music, Guitar Hero gave you the visual clues to help you become a rock god.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

The purple circle represents how noisy Link is being in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild brought us back to Hyrule, but it’s a different place than when we last visited. With bigger mountains, deeper valleys, and challenging dungeons, Hyrule has evolved into something spectacular.

One of the newest additions in Breath of the Wild is Link’s ability to sneak. Remaining silent and slinking up on an enemy will grant Link the chance to score a critical attack. Thankfully, there’s a way to tell how noisy Link is being.

The way Breath of the Wild shows Link’s noise is through a Noise Meter. This little circle, with its purple line, spikes and jitters whenever Link is running around or attacking, but drop to a crouch or stand still and the line will become calm.

This visual representation of Link’s audio is helpful, as it lets you judge at a glance how much noise Link is making. Sometimes all you want to do is avoid fighting enemies and get to loot they might be protecting, and with the Noise Meter showing you sound, it makes the task all the more easier.

Every Extend Extra Extreme

Another game where music plays a huge role in its mechanics is an old Xbox 360 game called Every Extend Extra Extreme, also known as E4. This game was originally released as an Arcade Game where players controlled a ship that could set off explosions, destroying enemy shapes, causing a chain reaction to bloom across the screen.

E4 was set to a thumping soundtrack that increased in beats-per-minute the longer you survived, and with this increase in BPM came more intense groupings of enemies for you to explode. As these explosions occurred, they would add their own sounds to the music, further increasing the rave. You were also rewarded with higher multipliers for setting off an explosion on a beat.

All these elements mingled together to create a visual banquette of sounds and explosions, like looking at a radial musical soundwave made up of tiny supernovas. Each beat of the music was met with a visual pulse that your reactions would recognize as a sign to set off another explosion. Even the musically challenged could match what they saw on screen to the music they could hear.


In Perception, players take on the role of Cassie, a blind woman, who seeks to uncover the secrets of a large – and haunted – mansion in Gloucester, Massachusetts. As far as games that represent audio in a visual format, Perception is unprecedented.

Cassie, being completely blind, cannot see the world as someone with working eyesight would, instead, she uses echolocation to sense the world around her. Echolocation is the ability to make or hear a noise and hear how it resonates around the environment, bouncing off surfaces. This would indicate how far an object is from the source of the sound.

Players are able to tap Cassie’s cane to send out a shockwave of sound that hits walls, beams, tables, and other objects, painting a brief picture of the room she inhabits. This is one of the most unique ways of showing how sound works and how someone with the ability to use echolocation might be able to “see” the world around them.

Each noise in the environment also creates a splash of color that washes over everything before disappearing. The twist is that, in order to “see”, you need to make noise, but making noise attracts the Presence, the monster haunting the mansion.

Crypt of the Necrodancer

In a similar fashion to Every Extend Extra Extreme, Crypt of the Necrodancer also utilizes music to affect the gameplay. As a rogue-like dungeon explorer, Crypt of the Necrodancer is different each time you play, with every room you enter populated by different creatures and monsters you must defeat.

Interestingly, the game visualises the music you hear by rewarding you if you attack on the beat. So the music doesn’t simply add atmosphere, it plays a direct hand in your movement. Attacking on the beat creates this visual flow that is lifted by the music, with each successful strike and attack being rewarded with attack bonuses.

As the game progresses, the music becomes more intense, requiring more effort to match the beat and reap the rewards. Though it’s a simple idea, the execution creates a visually impressive performance as you character seemingly dances with the soundtrack.

Friday the 13th – Jason can detect noise

Finally, the latest online craze is Friday the 13th: The Game, where one person gets to be Jason while the remaining seven players fill the shoes of scared Counselors trying to escape. Audio is harnessed in multiple ways in Friday the 13th: The game, with Jason and the Counselors experiencing the audio through different visual expressions.

For Jason, any time a Counselor makes a sound, it’s as if a beacon has been set off or a sonar shot. A white circle pulses on the screen, marking the direction the noise originated. Though you might be too far to hear it yourself, the noise is translated visually through this manner.

When Counselors become scared, they express their fear through cries, whimpers, and shrieks, but to Jason, these sounds of fear literally paint the town red. Each Counselor’s fear is a like a bright neon sign, pointing Jason directly to them.

As for the Counselors, whenever Jason teleports or shifts around the map, they might not be able to hear where he lands, but thankfully there is a visual representation associated with this. Whenever Jason gets close enough to be heard after relocating, the screen will fracture like an old VHS tape. Sometimes a Counselor will be too busy planning with the other Counselors to hear Jason nearby, so the visualization of this audio acts as a helpful prod!

Though games typically keep their audio and visuals separate, a few games offer a visual representation of audio. Whether it’s a noise bar, increased character movements, or colors pulsing on-screen, these games like to give you more tools to work with! What games can you think of that show their audio in a visual way?

Introducing the All-New STEALTH 600 & STEALTH 700

Folks, you are all in for a treat! Today we’re beyond excited to announce fantastic new additions to the Turtle Beach lineup: the STEALTH 600 and STEALTH 700. We’ve packed this new line of headsets with tons of premium features, as well as a sleek new look, all at an unprecedented price!

The new STEALTH 600 and STEALTH 700 wireless gaming headsets from Turtle Beach.

Gaming technology is advancing fast, and the STEALTH 700 and STEALTH 600 are our latest wireless surround sound gaming headsets for Xbox One and PS4™, offering great comfort, amazing game and chat audio quality and a wealth of features and functionality, starting at $99.95.

For the full breakdown, visit: http://www.turtlebeach.com/en-us/stealth600&700