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[CLOSED] Random Give-Away – Gioteck EX-06 Wireless Headset For PS4 | Xbox 360 | PS3

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As part of our Twitter celebration give-away we are giving away a very cool Gioteck EX-06 Wireless Headset, these will work on PS4, PS3 and Xbox 360. This is a set we used once for review and comes boxed.

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How to enter

Getting your chance to win is simple. Using the comment box at the bottom of this page, just answer the question below. Be sure to add your Twitter tag so it makes it easier for us to contact the winner, otherwise we will used your registered email address

What is your favourite video game CONSOLE of all time and why? (Can include hand-held consoles)

[box type=”info” style=”rounded” border=”full”]This give-away is open to people aged 18 or over in the UK only. The winner will be announced 23rd April 2014. The winner must allow 28 days for delivery[/box]

The winner is @OX_Matt

89 thoughts on “[CLOSED] Random Give-Away – Gioteck EX-06 Wireless Headset For PS4 | Xbox 360 | PS3

  1. @drkmn302

    will always be fallout 3 – i put well over 300hrs into that game and played it so many times.. for storyline/content/dlc’s and at the time graphics couldnt beat it at the time…

    1. You may want to read the question again mate πŸ˜‰

      1. lol my bad was getting over excited as per-usual – has to be xbox 360 because of all the exclusives they have, but ps3 would come first if they released more AAA titles, the ps+ is worth the price …

  2. I think the PS2 is the best console and still is, used today alongside my PS4, I don’t touch the PS3, but games on the PS2 are CLASSICS are SSX TRICKY / NFS HOT PURSUIT / MGS 2&3 – too many to mention but you get the jist, still a good seller second hand.
    DEFFO THE PS2 !

  3. Mine would have to be the old skool Sega Master System, because back in the day when that console came out it brit with it Arcade Machine quality graphics and brought the games I spent a fortune on most days directly into my house ie, Shinobi, Alex Kidd in Miracle World, Alex Kidd and the lost stars and Wonder Boy, not to mention classics like California Games and countless others πŸ™‚ all in a great machine f or it’s time and too many hours soent on it πŸ™‚ but fid save me a fortune on Arcade Machines.

    1. I used to hate going on holiday and having to PAY to play arcade machines when I had a console at home !, Take it with me now, just need a 30 foot aerial to receive wifi on holiday and I will be sorted. LOL

  4. @Footymad74 The Sega Mega Drive was my first console and will always hold a special place in my heart, i absolutely loved playing Sonic on it when i was a nipper! πŸ™‚

    1. That was the first proper games console I owned too, used to love playing Sonic on that badboy! I remember thinking to myself that the games looked so amazing lol

  5. Sega Dream-cast – Mainly because i loved Virtua striker and was unstoppable against my mates.I still remember the best goal i ever scored (the ball never touched the grass from my goal kick and was finished off with an Alan Shearer overhead kick πŸ™‚ . I also loved the way the controllers had a screen, It was the first console i had that had this technology. I also saved me loads of money not having to pay to play Sega games down my local Sega park πŸ™‚

  6. The Sega Master System is my fsvourite. I was absolutely addicted to Alex Kidd and Transbot, not to mention Paperboy.
    It was my first console as a youngster with a large catalogue of brilliant games I still play today.

    Twitter: Gfitz85

  7. I would have to say for me was my Amiga 600 thanks to games like Zool and urban strike an desert strike the list goes on an on..if it wasn’t for thos games an system i would not b gaming today..so big shout out to the ol days!!

    in on twitter @GhOsT_oF_nEb

    1. I used to hate the kids at school that had Amiga’s. They were always such smug little sh*ts lol. I was still rocking an Atari 2600 that my dad got from a car boot sale! (I wasn’t jealous, honest) πŸ™‚

  8. Twitter: @TallPaul_

    My favourite console of all time has to be the Playstation one. That is when I really got into gaming, the Master System I had before was good but the PS1 was much better, I spent hours on games like GTA, GTA London and the TOCA series. A lot of the games from the PS1 days are classics for me now and in their day they were quite groundbreaking (and controversal if we talk about GTA). TOCA was probably one of the first real racers on the market and in two iterations I remember going from the greyed out windows on TOCA to actual transparent windows and more on TOCA 2. These days you don’t really see as many changes within the games, normally it is a few new modes and that’s it.

  9. PS3,reasons? 3D Bluray, InFamous, Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, God of War. What more could anyone ask for?

    Twitter: @akirainblack

  10. SNES – The best thing Nintendo has done, managing to please the Nintendo fans as well as the hardcore gamers. Also, being pre PS/N64 it doesn’t look half as dated as that generation’s systems with all their polygons everywhere.
    @PaulRUK

  11. Hate to say it but the 360 for me changde my gaming habit from a casual player to something that’s a little more serious. Never have I ever put so many hours into one system. Party chat and online connectivity certainly brought in a whole new experience for me. Plus games such as Halo and Gears ah man too good.

  12. My favourite console of all time is the PS2, it was the console that made me a hardcore gamer and it was pretty much my childhood, loved playing nfs most wanted, spiderman 2 and watching my brother play gta san andreas lol :). Goodluck everyone
    My twitter is @benmorrow1

  13. PS3 – For the sheer about of quality games & the additional ‘things’ it could do (blu-ray player, media centre, etc).
    Also got me back into gaming after a few years away & introduced be to some great people.

    1. Twitter: @JaySFnB

  14. I’d say Mega Drive, Sonic, Mortal Kombat and Streetfighter 2 were immense, the colours on the night mission on Sonic was amazing!

    @Bwortang

  15. My favourite would have to be the Atari Lynx, the game, Toki.
    I spent so many hours playing this game as a youngster, good memories and happy days!

    Despite now not being a handheld gamer on ANY platform!
    The atari lynx was a great handheld device – for its time ☺

    @BurgyUK

  16. @njiebadu

    The ps one. It’s the first console I had with classics games like Tomb raider, crash bandicoot etc, that makes it an automatic choice for my favorite console

  17. I’d have to go with PSone. I’d mainly been computer user through 80’s and only a brief stint with the Megadrive up until the PSone. The Megadrive was good but barely did anything my Amiga couldn’t and often the Amiga games were still better (Sensible World of Soccer and Cannon Fodder remain my favourite all-time games but the Megadrive’s Sensible Soccer wasn’t quite as good and Cannon Fodder didn’t play as well with pad) but then I took plunge with the original PSone and never looked back. My first games were Ridge Racer, V-Rally and ISS Pro and nothing on the Amiga ever looked or played that good. And with notable highlights such as Metal Gear Solid, GTA, Gran Turismo and Resident Evil I’m struggling to think of any console that has brought me as much joy. There was even the quirky Point Blank and Power Diggerz games for the break from the usual genres. How could I choose anything else when there was hardly a genre that wasn’t covered on PSone πŸ™‚

    1. Twitter – @zombieoptimus
      Dang, always forget to add my Twitter ID :/

  18. The N64 for the simple reason Ocarina of Time – Was a game changing moment for me. Still got it in my retro console collection πŸ™‚

  19. Favourite console of all time was and still is my original AA battery GBA collection.
    Still the first handheld to give a feel of console gaming on the move that approximated the TV based consoles.
    I still use my gameboy Micro and cherish my large collection of cartridges. Mario Kart on the move with puyo pop & Dr Mario are my favourites.

  20. Mine is the Sega Megadrive. My first proper console growing up, and it still works today, along with my massive colllection of games. Plus, back in the pre-disc days, the way to fix a game that wouldn’t start was to blow in the cartridge, and problem solved! What’s not to like!?

  21. Twitter – JameswrightHD

  22. GBA because it had everything, snes like graphics, a tonne of classic games, portability and excellent battery life. Drill dozer, golden sun and advance wars for the win!

  23. Probably the PS1. It was my first real console and I still remember playing Crash Bandicoot the morning it came before school. G-Police, Colony Wars, Future Cop: LAPD, Final Fantasy, Digimon World…the list goes on πŸ™‚ @KyleBallagher

  24. Super Nintendo for me. Still a great selection of games, and one of my favourite control pads as well.

    @tat_sun_

  25. This is a tough one. The PS2 was a great bit of kit with many hours spent playing BLACK, but the ps3 introduced me to online gaming where I made some great friends. So I guess it’s the PS3 for me.

  26. I think it would have to be the nintendo 64 with its fun games crazy creations and the best mario kart game of the franchise the nintendo 64 was just packed of fun back in the day
    TWITTER TAG @minecraftrainbow

  27. I’d have to go with the SNES. Nintendo’s golden era for me, making great games with already established mascots (Mario Kart) and also pushing the boundaries of what a console could do (Scope, Mario Paint). Coupled wth one of the best controllers and THE greatest platform game in Mario World, it holds a special place in my gaming heart.

  28. Mine is the N64 as for playing Endless hours of Goldeneye, Zelda Ocarina Of Time & Super Mario 64.

  29. Mine would be the sega game gear, i don’t know why it didn’t take off better than it did. Compared to the game boy it had a full colour screen and stereo sound, i think you could even get a tv tuner add-on.

  30. It has to be the super nintento entertainment system, i was amazed at the fantastic games selection Nintendo had for there baby.
    My favourite game without a shadow of a doubt, just has to be mariokart super circuit.
    I waited a lonnnnng week for release day after painfully saving my hard earned cash, and rushed down to my local blockbuster (R.I.P) to buy it.
    After ordering the biggest pizza I could get my hands on me and my mates sat down to commence battle.
    In between fighting for the next go on the controller, & hurling pits of pizza crust at each other, we was all in awe with the amazing graphics and the first mode 7 technology that a video games system could offer.

    @Richierad

  31. For me it would be the SNES my first real console, had many many hours of fun with the games and Super Mario World was the first game I completed

  32. A difficult one but I would say the PlayStation One. It was the first console to break into the mainstream and really set the mould for modern gaming we now know. So many classic franchises were born on this console Metal Gear Solid, Resident Evil, Tomb Raider and Silent Hill. @Matt_the_Marvel

  33. Favourite console is the Snes. Reason is some of the best (then) updated games and still gems now including super Mario world, legend of zelda and best version of Shadowrun.

  34. Twitter @astwoulf

  35. My NES, had so many great games, even though it also involved hours of blowing and reinserting the cartridges, so much fun πŸ™‚

  36. It has to be the mega drive the first game I ever played on it was alex kid it was awesome

  37. I would say mine was the old segamaster system to be the best console πŸ™‚

  38. To have to pick 1 out of my 30+ years of gaming is an huge ask. But I will have to go with …..
    Super Nintendo (snes)
    Mario Kart – Zelda – Starwing, and playing the Nintendo champion at Elland Road and nearly beating him on Mario Kart.

  39. To have to pick 1 out of my 30+ years of gaming is an huge ask. But I will have to go with …..
    Super Nintendo (snes)
    Mario Kart – Zelda – Starwing, and playing the Nintendo champion at Elland Road and nearly beating him on Mario Kart.
    @Redpizzi

  40. Probably the Sega Game Gear.
    Yes, the batteries lasted as long as a cornetto in a heatwave, but it was my introduction into gaming.
    Dragon Crystal sucked up hours of my youth

    @Parryman_

  41. I think it’ll have to be My PS1. I nearly said one of three other consoles, but it was the first time I played seriously compelling games that appeared to have an intrinsic value outside of the challenge. Final Fantasy VIII, Resident Evil 2 and Metal Gear Solid are games that I still use as yard sticks of quality. And still play.

    @Realsoz

  42. Has to be the First Atari (the ugly brown thing with stick controllers) wasnt the best gaming ive ever had but it was my first real taste of gaming, and you know what they say “you never forget your first”

  43. Damn it forgot to add @stash68

  44. Has to be the nintendo 64, it’s what got me into gaming.
    My little five year old hands gripping the controller, almost breaking it, as I came last in a race in mario kart for the tenth time in a row. No console fills me with nostalgia more than the N64 that’s why it’s my favourite console.

  45. The SNES. This was the console that i had through my teens and had some of the best games ever! rock and roll racing, Mario Kart, Zombies at my neighbours and Zelda!!!

    @AndyEaston85

  46. Probably has to be the Sega Mega Drive, just introduced so many great games into my life like Streets of Rage (probably one of my top 10 games of all time), Mortal Kombat and even FIFA (took me much later in my life to play it properly again though)!

    Not sure what the heck we done with it, I pray my mother hasn’t thrown it away.

    @walcalr01

  47. N64. It had a three pronged controller, available in red which made it look like an upside down pitchfork. Using it was like shaking hands with the devil. It had an analogue stick. It had a trigger called the Z button, which is a waaaay cooler letter than controller standards like A, B, X and Y (let’s not even get into the ridiculous idea of shapes). It was also in the most realistically-trigger-like position ever. It was the first time four spotty nerds could crowd round a 16 inch CRT and scream at each other that Oddjob was banned. It created and ruined friendships in equal measure. It had overpriced cartridges in the era of the CD, and who wouldn’t want that? There’s no contest. N64.

    @UnstoppableBeef on twitter.

  48. I would say Amiga but it’s not a console, so it’s got to be the PS1 for keeping me entertained for hours on Tomb Raider, Pro Evo, MG1 and hundreds of other titles.

    @silverkopking

  49. The SNES was/is by far my favourite. Still got it and going strong!some of the best games including the best version of Mario kart! πŸ˜›

  50. Megadrive as it was the first console I truly enveloped myself in – bought/rented all the new titles, subscribed to all the magazines etc. My love for all things Sega even led to purchasing the Mega CD and 32X add-ons.

    In fact such was my friend and I’s excitement over receiving Mega Drives for Christmas he searched his parent’s place for his present a few days before the big day, found his Mega Drive, unboxed it, brought it round my house for a sleepover where we played Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion and Sonic all night, then carefully returned it to the box at his house without his parents ever knowing – probably still to this day – true story hah

    @StudiniJones

  51. for me it was probably the SNES as it was the one that finally brought Street Fighter into my home so that me and my brother could spend days on end playing it

    1. @markwithers (i keep forgetting to add my twitter handle but since I haven’t won yet it’s not an huge issue)

  52. For me it has to be the Commodore 64 with Dizzy . This was the start of my journey as a gamer so although many consoles have come along way since the early days nothing beats sitting there loading a game via cassette tape and then it not loading so you rewind and start again πŸ™‚ .

  53. PlayStation 2: I went through 4 of them in the end, the first 3 suffering from a grub screw laser alignment disc read error thingy, but I ended up with a PS2 Slim which is smaller than a paperback. The console was (and still is) great from start to finish, one of the biggest libraries in console history so something for everyone and definitely lots for me.

    It ushered in a wealth of JRPGs, introduced the world en masse to online play and brought a whole bunch of new IP to everyone including SOCOM: US Navy SEALs, Devil May Cry, TimeSplitters, Metal Gear Solid, Wipeout, God of War, Dark Chronicle and one of my personal favourites, TOCA Touring Cars – I was in a shared house at the time and we spent 90% of our time trying to beat everyone else’s best times. It was also the platform for my all-time favourites Final Fantasy VII, Final Fantasy XII, Amplitude, Drakan: The Ancients Gates… the list is endless.

    I’ve also got a huge backlog of games still to complete on the PS2 including Rogue Galaxy, Need for Speed Underground, Jak and Daxter, should keep me very busy for a rainy day.

  54. And.. erm.. @FantasyMeister on Twitter πŸ™‚

  55. For me the console has to be the Atari 2600. This was the first console i grew up playing before snes and sega megadrive and ps1 and so on. I know the hardware/software/graphics are nothing compared with today, but just pick up and play for fun, none of this modern console stuff mines better than yours. The variety of plug in cartridge ( pacman, pitfall, space invaders and the tennis game just to name a few. With either the joystick or paddle to play with.

  56. N64, had many a anxiety driven night playing tournaments of Superstar Soccer 64 when I lived in London for a year or so:

  57. The atari 2600. It was my dads and u always felt special if he let u have an hour on it. Great games too pong, pac man, space invaders and a tank combat game cant remember what it was called. If u havnt experienced this u missed out on alot.

    @grahamsil

  58. Has to be either nintendo or original playstation, mario and mcdonalds, teenage mutant ninja turtles etc were amazing on nes, then ps changed the game – crash bandicoot, fifa etc were a joy, but for the nostalgia i’d have to go with the original nintendo system @KEYEOFFICIAL

  59. Actually, im going to go with Playstation original! SNES was great, but playstation gripped you like nothing else had, tomb raider being the main reason, the first tomb raider was amazing, fifa 98 aswell, changed gaming for the better. @KEYEOFFICIAL

  60. The Xbox 360 is the best as it had enhanced the console so much more than others before it and paved a way for the future. Also has fantastic games and is user friendly.

  61. I’d say my favourite console of all time would genuinely have to be the Xbox 360. The usability of it and the durability of it(/mine) as well as the unrivalled amounts of fun I’ve had playing on it are unparalleled and I much prefer the 360 to the PS3. However, I do have to say that I love the GameCube too.

  62. Mine would have to be my Super Nintendo! Ive had it for as long as i can remember, and still works perfectly, love playing super mario yoshies island πŸ˜€ old school. love it xxxx

    @Kelz_Music

  63. For me it is the PS1. And I still have my release day PS1 to this day and it still works fine. Since then I have been Playstation all the way.

  64. My favourite console is the PS4. It has the potential to deliver the best games ever made, even if it’s not trying hard at the minute.

    @Benjiffy

  65. Hmmm would have to be either ps1 ps2 or xbox one @simongod67

  66. Has to be the PS3, only because of MAG.

    Best FPS game ever!

    Made so many friends playing that crappy game πŸ™‚

    BUT the N64 had Goldeneye… Mmmmm

    @OX_Matt

  67. My favourite video game CONSOLE of all time would have to be the XBox 360 as it was the first console I played on with my Son before I got Cancer. Now he just kicks my ass on every game (especially COD titles) as my reaction times are pretty crap thanks to chemo – though you just know I’m always gonna let him win anyway (well kinda)! Now he’s 11 I can see him going on to be a Pro in a few years – he’s AWESOME SAUCE just like the XBox 360 and dare I say it (without being accused of trolling), Frugal Gaming! @Rhygos

  68. The Atari Lynx for one very simple reason…..California Games in colour! Many hours spent flicking that little ball over my head, riding a huge wave, and heading face first into a mound of dirt on the BMX. It may have been the size and weight of a house brick, but it won my heart. In fact..I’m off to find one on eBay!

    @stuartday

  69. Gamecube, hands down.
    Resi 4, Double Dash, Wind Waker. Oh my.

    Pardon me, I have to find my memory card.

  70. Id have to say my fav was n64 gave us zelda ocarina of time and majoras mask, many hrs playing with my little brother
    @darkm3m0ry

  71. @IanFangface666 1996, Original PlayStation, ground breaking at the time, graphics so much better than my Amiga 500, been a PlayStation owner ever since.

  72. It has to be the game boy colour ,it was my first experience with a console and pokemon needless to say i spent more than enough time on it

  73. I’m stuck between tomb raider 2 on Playstation and dino crisis also Playstation. I think I will have to go for tomb raider 2, as it gave me so much frustrated enjoyment and what with the wife chipping in her two pence worth as well. Tr2 opened up a whole new gaming experience and a new found love for Lara croft, and another massive plus is now when I mention “the new tomb raider game coming out, to the wife” she usually buy it’s for me. So she can sit there and feel like “the almighty” when I’m stuck and she has world out to advance.

  74. We’ll ignore my last post. I misunderstood and thought it was best game lol.

    So in that case my favourite console will have to be the limited edition resident evil GameCube is own, now an xbox and x1 owner.

  75. Playstation 1, it was a breakthrough machine which showed a glimpse of the future. Loved it, great days.

    #bengalmarkov

  76. I am going old school and say the Dreamcast. A console ahead of its time and was more or less an arcade machine in a box and the first to have online play :). Still a console I play today.

  77. @TNAUKRepresent
    All the series of Call of Duty and Battlefield are one of my favorite games that i have played and still playing every single one of them i have played them and have been attending some tournaments when i was proper hooked up on them ! I remember one night i have played the first Black Ops from like when my friends left the house at 8 in the evening till like the next day 11 in the noon NON STOP πŸ™‚ It was one hell of a dedication with lots of awesome times :)) So yeah Favorite game – COD πŸ™‚ Sorry but that’s what i loved to be playing since and still do ! P.S. Xbox 360 currently the most favorite πŸ˜€ hahah but when it comes to old school console and favorite i can go as far as ATARI when i was playing with the proper joysticks and my cousins have had it from when he was sailing and working as a sea captain on a cruise ships and bought it for his family. I remember the first 2 games i played was the Integrated Square ball Tennis court With two straight lines going on each side and it was awesome 2nd game was Ghost Busters…That were the times when u have had a home console with a proper joysticks and only one button. AWESOME GREAT GAMING TIMES !!!

  78. Xbox 360 all the way, currently addicted to Skyrim again!!! Only wanted a 5 minute break from fallout aha!!

    1. Twitter: @SammiJade93

  79. Gameboys were the best, remember the pokemon games you could play on them, the best games ever to be produced imo, some days i just sit down and play some pokemon, as a show of how good they were, the pokemon games are really rare and worth loads now so to have them is amazing and i enjoyed playing them for every moment i did!
    Twitter – @willn_23

  80. Being a PC gamer primarily, I’ve not had many consoles but of the ones I have, the Vectrex stands head and shoulders above the rest. Yes, I am old.

    @Jaffo

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