The Astro A50 packs phenomenal sound and wireless convenience, if you're willing to throw down $300.
The Polk 4 Shot features audio that lives up to Polk's brand, but it lacks features that are standard in other PC headsets.
The A38 has fantastic audio for a Bluetooth headset, but at $200+ there are much better options available—especially when you're not on-the-go.
The H2100 is one of the cheapest wireless headsets on the market, which makes up for some other flaws.
The Mionix Nash 20 is a bit heavy and oversized, but in return you get an excellent sense of presence.
From the SteelSeries Siberia v3 to the latest Astro A50, these headsets will run you $100 or more—and you'll get what you pay for.
The good? A new microphone. The neutral? A looser fit than last year. The bad? An utter lack of volume.
The Siberia v2 is a classic amongst gaming enthusiasts. Is the v3 a worthy successor?
Spoiler: Attila the Hun is a bad, bad dude, and that whole 'Fall of Rome' thing? Yeah, that was pretty messed up too.
The game's called Shadowrun: Hong Kong, and it's coming this summer. Details inside.