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#55529 - ScottP
Reply +1
(06/23/2012) [-]
My ps3 died this morning after 5 years of loyal service. Should I:

a) Get it repaired
b) Get a new one (meaning I'll have to transfer my HDD and crap)
c) Just leave it alone
#55588 to #55529 - psychonixx
Reply -6
(06/23/2012) [-]
PS3 Life = 5 Years
Xbox Life = 1 Year max



Just saiyan...
#55641 to #55588 - torkildsen
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(06/23/2012) [-]
My Xbox 360 Elite is 6 years old and is still going.
My Xbox 360 Elite is 6 years old and is still going.
#55607 to #55588 - gildemoono
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(06/23/2012) [-]
my 360 is going on 6 years with only one snafu with overheating and to be fair ithad been on for 72 straight hours before hand. Where do you get your obviously false info?
#55602 to #55588 - roliga
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(06/23/2012) [-]
I've had my original Xbox and Xbox 360 since both of them came out and never had any problems with them.... Yet my Ps3 broke after a half of a year...
#55594 to #55588 - afroadam
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(06/23/2012) [-]
really? thats weird? cause ive had my xbox 360 for 2 1/2 years and ive played the SHIT out of it. and it still runs, not amazingly but it plays my games. i know people who have launch xbox 360s that still run fine. my ps3 broke twice with in less than a year
#55597 to #55594 - stormguy
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(06/23/2012) [-]
Same with me, Xbox: 4 years, PS3: around 1. not trying to start a fanboy war or anything, just stating what happened with me.
#55603 to #55597 - psychonixx
Reply 0
(06/23/2012) [-]
I'm just going to assume we all take care of our consoles differently.
#55538 to #55529 - cadaverbox
Reply +2
(06/23/2012) [-]
I'd suggest having it repaired because if it has some valuable features like backwards compatibility and bluray, I'd keep it.
#55534 to #55529 - anon
Reply 0
(06/23/2012) [-]
bury it the garden with a lovely ceremony, just family and some friends. That's what it would have wanted.
#55535 to #55534 - ScottP
Reply 0
(06/23/2012) [-]
You're right...it's time to move on