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Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:42 am
by metaleggman
Also, the nes didn't have any launch problems. The problems came later on in life, unless you are referrring to the recall of famicom motherboards in japans initial realease, though I doubt it.
Plus, like I said. Even if the Wiis are having lots of problems, at least nintendo is taking the rightful blame and already setup two ways of fixing the issue. Yes, both are kindof lengthy in time, but still, they are doing it. I haven't heard anything about Sony fixing anyones brokie PS3s... :roll:

Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 12:23 pm
by Indy_aka_Rex
metaleggman wrote:Also, the nes didn't have any launch problems. The problems came later on in life, unless you are referrring to the recall of famicom motherboards in japans initial realease, though I doubt it.
Plus, like I said. Even if the Wiis are having lots of problems, at least nintendo is taking the rightful blame and already setup two ways of fixing the issue. Yes, both are kindof lengthy in time, but still, they are doing it. I haven't heard anything about Sony fixing anyones brokie PS3s... :roll:


They're called warranties.

How long is the Wii's warranty again?

Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2006 8:19 pm
by metaleggman
Indy_aka_Rex wrote:
metaleggman wrote:Also, the nes didn't have any launch problems. The problems came later on in life, unless you are referrring to the recall of famicom motherboards in japans initial realease, though I doubt it.
Plus, like I said. Even if the Wiis are having lots of problems, at least nintendo is taking the rightful blame and already setup two ways of fixing the issue. Yes, both are kindof lengthy in time, but still, they are doing it. I haven't heard anything about Sony fixing anyones brokie PS3s... :roll:


They're called warranties.

How long is the Wii's warranty again?
A year to my knowledge, like all reputable sales people. And just because you have a warranty doesn't mean they will fix it. Sony is the kindof company to make some sort of loophole to blame it on the consumer. Least thats what I've summed up from other peoples experiences. I tend to stay far away from Sony electronics, so I wouldn't know first hand. Then again, they have vast amounts of products they need to sell, so it would make sense they would want to cut as many corners as possible.