The Bloody M660 May Be Your Next Gaming Headset

Bloody is mostly known for their keyboards and mice but we’ve also gotten our hands on their M660 Chronometer headset.  Boasted as a good headset for both console and PC gaming, we put it through it’s paces to see just how good it is.


My first impression of this headset after putting it on is that it’s very comfortable to wear. The ear cushions are soft and breathe well. The flexible headband on top auto-adjusts for the most comfortable feel. The headset isn’t too heavy either and all of this combines for a headset you can wear for long periods of time without any discomfort. The outside of the headset is LED lit with a neat gear-work design.

Now the most important part of a headset is how does it actually sound? Bloody describes the M660 headset as a 2-diaphragm system. One is made of Mycelium Carbon Fiber which gives clear high and mid sounds and another more flexible one that gives a deep resonating bass sound. The sound is crisp. When playing games with surround sound it performs well, which while playing an FPS game can be the difference between a kill and a death.


My one complaint with this headset though is the microphone. It is omni-directional which seems like a good idea but when I’ve used it the only result is it picks up extra background static that can be annoying to listen to if you’re on the other end. A unidirectional mic would make more sense since the microphone comes off the side of the headset towards the mouth. This would also eliminate a lot of the background static.

All-in-all the headset performs well. It sounds good, is comfortable and easy to wear, and looks pretty rad too. At the $70 price point it’s definitely worth considering.

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NeuroVoider: Retro Synth Co-op Done Right

NeuroVoider is a twin-stick retro-styled game set in a cyberpunk world available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.  You are a brain that maneuvers around inside a robot while it shoots evil robots with a plethora of different weapons. Use Loot to power up your Robot and get through the levels without dying.


The artistic styling of the game exceeded my expectations. It has the classic style of the 16-bit era, done in a cyberpunk style. The music fits perfectly with the game and adds to it, getting you excited and amped up while playing. The game has a classic Retro feel that is similar to games like Smash T.V. or newer games like Geometry Wars.

Using procedurally generated levels keep the game fresh and exciting. It gives you three choices for the next level or you can re-roll, and that gives you an opportunity to choose your difficulty of play. This is a very good idea because you may be playing with a friend who is new to the game or may just want to play and not be challenged as much. Conversely you may want a more difficult challenge, and having that option is cool. Multiplayer opportunities incite great teamwork because the levels play the same but leave you sharing resources. This game is also not online multiplayer, and nothing could be better than sitting down with friends and having some drinks and destroying robots through the levels together. This game does have an online scoreboard to compare yourself to other players.


To be honest there aren’t many cons. One that I was able to get from the game was that the bosses lack variety and I’m actually left wanting more from the game. I would love more bosses, more styles of levels, and even more styles of weapons and gear!

I could play this game for hours with friends and there is no need for online with it. Get back to classic reflex and score style gaming with NeuroVoider! It’s a great game. Purchase it and Dan Terminus’s soundtrack today!

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