The gates are open!
The stars my destination.
I'm very happy with Dan's response to this
If it raises money to help people out there, does it matter?
Yes advanced replacement service.Pay for another xbox one while we pick up your broken one,repair it,then ship it back to you.and then if theres no damage to the one they left you,refund your money.Mines booked in to be fixed in Germany,will take 3 weeks..
That is my experience. If you don't believe me that's not my problem. As for the prevalence of the problem it was sufficient enough for Sony to modify the design of future PS1 units. Why would they do so if this wear and tear was "normal"?
And why shouldn't I compare playing my MegaCD with my PS1? Played them both a lot. One had no issues with its disc drive. One did.
Edit: Did you read the post MeBrains put up that I was replying to originally? Here he is talking about MS and Xbox One hardware issues when we know that the PS4 is suffering from issues itself at launch. Why point fingers at one company only? And for the record I have not said anything about the PS4's launch issues. Why? Because as I clearly listed out, this is not an UNCOMMON occurrence. If this makes me a fanboy I guess you need to check the definition of the term.
Within 2 years? Really? Evidence? Secondly even if it was after 2 years that still doesn't exclude it as an obvious design flaw. My MegaCD never had that issue either. But what's most telling is that Sony fixed this on the sly. Why would they if this sort of failure was within expected parameters? As for throwing mud, well sorry buddy if facts get in the way of you enjoying "your brand"
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