PDP Gaming headsets LVL50

Many people don’t realize it but music and sound play an important role in video games. It’s just as important as graphics and gameplay. Music and sound serve many different purposes, some obvious, some not so.We’re giving two PDP LVL50 wired gaming headsets for PlayStation 4, two PDP LVL50 wired gaming headset for Xbox One, and two PDP LVL50 wireless gaming headsets for Xbox One. Read on to find out how to enter for your chance to win!

Video games and music go hand in hand

During a game, music can tug at your heart or it can get you going in the direction that the game designer wants you to. On the other hand, music in a game can let the player know that they are losing health or just gained a power up. Finally, a game’s soundtrack can help brand it—and leave a lasting impression while creating many favourable memories.


As a direct result, video game concerts have become popular all over the world with gamers. Many concerts travel the globe to sold out crowds. Not only is it a great way to connect with other gamers in the community but it also is an incredible experience that you won’t soon forget. Let me tell you about my experience with a recent video game concert that I went to not too long ago and the impact it had on me.

Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World of Tres World Tour

To help celebrate the launch of Kingdom Hearts III earlier in the year, the Kingdom Hearts Orchestra concert series went on tour all over the world with a brand-new program—Kingdom Hearts Orchestra World of Tres. Luckily one of the stops was here in Toronto and I had the esteemed pleasure of attending.


The orchestra and choir were composed of more than 100 musicians who put on a stunning performance. The live orchestra included woodwinds, brass, piano, percussion and other instruments. The concert started with spectacular renditions of iconic music from the Kingdom Hearts franchise. To add even more impact, behind the orchestra and choir was a large screen. It showed gameplay footage in perfect harmony with the music.

However, the highlight of the concert was when the orchestra played music from Kingdom Hearts III. They went chapter by chapter through out the game. You could hear many people in the audience humming along, and were cheering and clapping at the end of every piece. Not only did several of the songs send chills down my spine but they also brought back fond memories and times when I was playing the game. It’s like the moments were frozen in time and by listening to the music I could replay them as many times as I wanted.


Experience crystal clear audio with PDP LVL50 gaming headsets 

As important as music and sound is to video games, a good headset is key to enjoying that sound. A headset must be comfortable, easy to use, and delivers full-range audio that is crisp and clear. Dave Neufeld reviewed some of the prizes that we are offering in this contest (PDP Gaming LVL50 wired headsets). Read his written review, and watch his video unboxing below for a better understanding of how these PDP video game headsets can enhance your gaming experience.


Entering this contest is easy but you can only enter once. In the comments section below this article enter two things: tell us what video game has the best soundtrack and why you think the soundtrack is the best.


At the end of this contest we will select six winners from all eligible entries. Two winners will each receive a PDP LVL50 Wired Gaming Headset with Microphone for PlayStation 4, two winners will each receive a PDP LVL50 Wireless Gaming Headset with Microphone for Xbox One, and two winners will each receive a PDP LVL50 Wired Gaming Headset with Microphone for Xbox One.

This contest runs from July 26th until August 12th.

Remember you can only enter once. Tell your friends about this contest and find out which game they think has the best music.

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Good Luck!

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Jon is the Gaming Editor and is based in Toronto. He is a proud Canadian who has a serious passion for gaming. He is a veteran of the video game and tech industry with over 20 years experience. You can often find Jon streaming the latest games on his YouTube channel. Jon loves to talk about gaming and tech, come say hi and join the conversation with Jon on Twitter @4Scarrs_Gaming.


  1. Thé Legend of Zelda, the atmosphere created is really too extraordinary. the melody always comes back to me.

  2. The Last of Us has one of the best soundtracks featuring incredibly moving music for one of the best games of all time

  3. Red Dead Redemption 2
    It’s not just game..it’s an experience of sound and style. (wind blowing and rain )

  4. Red Dead Redemption 2
    It’s not just game..it’s an experience of sound and style. (wind blowing and rain )

  5. This is a difficult question to answer as there are so many great soundtracks these days. I think No Man’s Sky is probably the best since it is chill and immersive and prrcedurally generated. The only downside is that it doesn’t play enough during the game. I’m sure I’ll burn out my PSVR when Beyond comes out on the 14th!

  6. Final fantasy 3 (or to be more accurate… 6) by far.

    The fact they were able to push the SNES that far and stir up emotion and intensity with such limited hardware is STILL impressive.

  7. Donkey Kong Country (SNES) has the best soundtrack – for its time it still stands up quality wise.

  8. NBA 2K19, the soundtrack is crispy and got a beat into it while playing and like handpicked for the game.

  9. Q1: What video game has the best soundtrack?
    A1: Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon

    Q2: Why you think the soundtrack is the best?
    A2: The soundtrack was created in a dark synth-wave style that fits the dark 80s theme of the game perfectly. Entire soundtrack was created by the Synth-wave Duo called POWERGLOVE. How awesome is that group name! Also during the mission “Summon the Plague” the song playing was used in the movie “HOBO with a SHOTGUN” which was shot in my hometown. I worked in a video game store in my hometown with the then-aspiring director of that movie, and we let a customer play games with us all the time, he was quite unstable but super entertaining and he became the inspiration for the full feature HOBO with a SHOTGUN movie.

    I can’t make this up 4Scarrs !

  10. Final Fantasy X, every song is just so good for the moment and I even listen to the soundtrack outside of the game that’s how much i have loved it.

  11. Nothing will ever beat the soundtrack of Skyrim, the orchestra behind it was simply amazing. Every battle scene was amplified with the music they produced. With out a doubt the best soundtrack out of a game.

  12. NieR:Automata – the music is somehow perfectly suited to that game and more importantly I never get tired of listening to it.

  13. I would have to go with The Legend Of Zelda: Oracina of Time. All the melodies are extremely recognizable and give me instant nostalgia. What a great game!

  14. The best video game music for me is Lego Jurassic World. John Williams is a master composer that no one compares. Every time I hear the theme in the game it just excites me. I play this game for hours on end.

  15. To me, the best soundtrack has always been the one from The Legend of Zelda franchise. I grew up with it and I recall so many memories each time I play a new title. It stays in you and makes you feel part of Hyrule.

    The Bolero of Fire and Zelda’s lullaby from Ocarina of Time will stay in my mind forever.

  16. Halo. The guitar solo gets to me every time. The sound track lives in my car as driving music.

  17. Game of war series because it blends well with the theme of the game. It’s not annoying it keeps the gamer interested without even realizing.

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