Reviews and Problems with Call of Duty: Black Ops II
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The tango VS the PX5 VS the A50
1 week ago
Summary: I will start by saying that I have never wrote a review before. I just feel that I have to tell everyone what I found. I have owned the turtle beach PX5 for two years now, and have been using it with the PlayStation 3, and now with the PlayStation 4. in the black Friday of 2013 I hade the chance to try both the Astro a50 and the turtle beach tango for the first time. so I will be comparing the three headset here.
Summary: Another attempt by Treyarch to be innovative with the CoD franchise, without leaving its Infinity Ward constrants. The game, however, fails with a plot that takes place in the future, as the most powerful nations in the universe apparently cannot find and bomb the house of but one threat to every first-world nation. The gameplay is nothing that wasn't seen in the previous, with very few additions that could have been added in previous Call of Duty.
Summary: Zombies is honestly the only reason i bought this game. These games are so repetitive. On ps3 some games you will get a "helicopter" sound. You cannot hear anything but a buzz when you get this and it is horrible. Multiplayer is fine just repetitive and the guns are overpowered.
Summary: The headphone feels cheap. It cost way too much for the quality, the headphone is very light but the cable weigh it down. I don't know if mine was a defect or not, but it has exposed wire on the headband, which i believe there should be something covering it. The cushion around the ear is hard and it doesn't soften through use, but it's quite comfortable since it doesn't warm too much after awhile of use. The sound quality is good.
Summary: over the years I seen call of duty rise and to me it is falling badly. Now it just became a game for zombies they should just make a zombie game. the story mode I think sucked and the graphics and game play felt just like the one before it there was no exciting moments in story mode as well and just felt like I was playing a new map from the old one.
Summary: I got these to help my game play and while the audio is fine, the headset is heavy, restrictive and the microphone broke after about 2 or so months of use, so now I have a really expensive hearing aid. To actually communicate with my team I have to wear my cordless earpiece and lose one ear's worth of dedicated sound, so I find it hard to recommend these to anyone.