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Sat Jul 21, 2007 1:44 pm Reply and quote this post
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My first Xbox 360--that's right, my first Xbox 360--died just two weeksafter I received it as a surprise for my wedding anniversary lastsummer (my wife still gets Hall of Fame status for that gift idea.) Oneminute it was humming along nicely as I parachuted into position onBridge Too Far in Battlefield 2: Modern Combat, the next it froze upand stared me down with its HAL 9000-esque eye burning three-quarters red--the dreaded "ring of death"came to visit. I somewhat sheepishly brought it back to my local BestBuy, secretly afraid--after a night of Googling message boards--thatI'd suffocated it in our TV cabinet and melted its innards to mush. Thesalesperson at the returns desk barely looked up as I gingerly pushedthe repackaged unit across the counter. "So have you been getting a lotof returns on these?" I ventured after the silence becameuncomfortable. "Uh-huh," she said, eyebrows raised, "good luck withthis one," pushing a new unit back across the counter. I left quickly.

what do u think?

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Sat Jul 21, 2007 4:47 pm Reply and quote this post
i think xbox is crap
microsoft wants to rule the market from what i see and they fail miserably
they wanna compete with Apple and Sony and they just throw some crap at ppl
look at Zune and 360 and you'll see what i mean
PS3 is good quality and iPod is a huge succes
means that ms should just back off and get back to fixing their vista crap

Contributed by N1ght$talker, iVirtua Ultimate Contributor
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