The Rumble Effect: I thought the rumble effect would be gimmicky, and while it technically is, it adds to the experience greatly. For audiophiles, this isn't going to impress you, but you won't be buying this headset. I found the rumble effect added just slightly, where it was required, be it in movies, TV episodes, while gaming, or while listening to music. It was enough for me to enjoy the experience that little bit more.
The Controller: Having four parts of the headset be controllable from the controller is something I quite enjoyed with the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210. It could be a bit on the lighter side, but I found it sat on my desk versus sitting against me, or clipped to my shirt or jacket.
Good Sound, For a Good Price: For $109.99, the Criuser P3210 is somewhat of a bargain. You're getting a great gaming headset experience, which spills over into the multimedia side of things. Most gamers don't just game with their headsets, which is why I spend considerable time listening to music, movies and TV episodes with my headsets - as I know you will too. If you want to have an 'everything' headset for the $100-or-so mark, GamesterGear has something here for you.
It Felt Too Tight On My Head: This could just be me, but the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 felt incredibly tight on my head after 20-30 minutes. I tried adjusting it, moving it around, but at around the 30-minute mark, I began to feel it pressing against the very top of my head too much.
All in all, the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 is a gaming headset worth your money, at least at the price point it's at - $109.99. If the headset was priced at say $150, I would hesitate to recommend it, but the price is what justifies everything positive in this review.
I wouldn't be impressed with it if it were $200, but at $109.99 - you're buying yourself a great headset. It sounds clear throughout games and media, has a detachable mic for those who don't use voice comms in games and want a pure audio experience, and the added rumble effect is such a nice touch at the right times.
If you are in the market for a new headset and want to spend around $100, you simply can't go wrong with the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210. You may just want to try it on for a bit and see how it fits you, I had some trouble.
PRICING: You can find the GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Gaming Headset for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing but can change at any time. Click the link to see the very latest pricing for the best deal.
United States: The GamesterGear Cruiser P3210 Gaming Headset retails for $69.99 at Amazon.
- Page 1 [Introduction, What's In The Box & Specifications, Pricing and Availability]
- Page 2 [The Review]
- We at TweakTown openly invite the companies who provide us with review samples / who are mentioned or discussed to express their opinion of our content. If any company representative wishes to respond, we will publish the response here.
Latest News Posts
- Google's 4K digital whiteboard available for $5000
- Acer's new Predator Z35P: 35-inch 3440x1440 100Hz G-Sync
- Crackdown 3 coming to PC, is an Xbox Play Anywhere title
- Samsung unveils bendable/stretchable OLED display
- MSI scoops 5 awards for Computex Best Choice Award 2017
- Alienware 15 R3 Laptop Storage Performance Investigation
- ASUS RT-AC1900p Wireless Router Review
- ASUS RT-AC1900p Wireless Router Review
- GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK with SSD M.2 Plextor M8PeG 256gb. low speed after shut down
- Prey Review: Dark Stars, Darker Thoughts
- Western Digital sets new standard with latest generation in popular HGST-brand Ultrastar SAS SSD family
- AMD raises expectations for server performance, unveils EPYC processor brand for the datacenter
- HighPoint's SSD7101 PCIe board-sized drive series integrate Samsung 960 NVMe SSDs to deliver groundbreaking performance over 12GB/s
- Micron accelerates all-flash storage speed, performance and value with new flexible petabyte-scale enterprise data center solution
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630 mobile platforms drive advanced photography, enhanced gaming, integrated connectivity and machine learning