Playing games over the internet like Counterstrike or Team Fortress 2 without a headset is really frustrating. It’s faster to issue commands and ask for help by speaking into a microphone than by typing on the keyboard – which usually will get you killed (virtually, we mean). That’s why the serious gamer always confides in a good headset while playing. Razer, a company known for their gaming mice, is releasing a headset pompously dubbed as a “gaming communicator,” the Piranha. It’s an entry-level model when compared to the Barracuda headset, which has a bigger size and more sound features. Let’s proceed to our field test of the Piranha.