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Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Puck, Aug 10, 2007.
Why would someone spend 400$ to make it a clock?
it's probably because they were careless and blew it up
yeah titankid, you must have no clue. My xbox decided to mess up, by absolutely no fault of mine, no neglect, I had it for a couple weeks. If something's a piece of crap, don't try to blame the customer.
I've had mine for 8 months. It made noise there for a little while, but I realized it was because I had it vertically. I'm pretty sure it wont mess up unless I do something to it.
And I'd guess that at least 2/3 of wii owners are under 17.
I'd guess half are under 17.
and I'll bet you 1/2 of all these consoles "owners" are parents
the fact of the matter is that if MS woulda spent a little more effort on the QC line before shipping out the product, then they wouldn't be drowning in red-ink brought on by mass warranty claimage
if you know that your product is going to be in the hands of kids, then you should be sure that it'll stnd up to the punishment
apparently from all the reports it takes about 12 or 13, so watch out!
Nah, most say around the 6 month mark. It's just odd that usually the ones that have their system mess up...they end up having 3 mess up on them. Isn't that just a little odd?
I doubt that is even true.