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Submitted by MasonicGamer 1101d ago | preview

Tritton Kunai Headset ( MadCatz is a name I used to fear as a child, I had them down as one of those awful 3rd party hardware manufacturers and during multi-player sessions no one wanted to get stuck with the MadCatz one. Times have changed however and MadCatz are no longer the company they used to it, MadCatz now represents quality products with their Street Fighter arcade stick range proving to be a hit with consumers known to be ultra picky about their arcade sticks.

The quality continues with the Tritton Kunai headset which is being marketed to the Wii U and 3DS crowd but is more than capable of being a headset that can be recommended for general everyday use. The headset is designed by Tritton who in 2010 were acquired by MadCatz and now serve as their gaming audio brand and it appears the purchase was well worth it as the Kunai headset falls in nicely with the other solid products MadCatz currently offer. (Audio, Gaming, Kunai Stereo)

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