U dam right
yes. neither of us like noobs.Originally Posted by The_Loose_Cannon
U dam right
Originally Posted by con77
It Shut It Off!!!
That Thing Is Strong!!!
PS2 controllers are quite durable cause i cracked mine all-over when i lost at pes/winning elevens
PS3 now, sorry Wii. You gather dust.
My ONLY accident with a Wii Remote was the first night i got it and I was playing Wii Sports and i was bowling and took a back swing and my Wii Mote crunched against the table behind me and now there is a small stratch on the back of the wii mote but I thought that i had broken it, on the first night i got it.
Like hours after that i was playing Twilight Princess and dropped the Wii Mote and i thought that **** it's gunna break now, but fortunately i had the Wrsit strap on HAHA
I Swear never to touch a PlayStation ever again
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MAKE YOUR PLEDGE TODAY!
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The Wii-motes are pretty durable. My last accident was during bowling on RR and I smacked the infrared sensor directly onto the chair behind me (The chair is completely wooden). I scratched the top layer of the remote's glass and thought there was a great chance that the scratches would prevent it from sensing the sensor bar if the entire mechanism hadn't been screwed up entirely. But Turns out the thing works just fine.
But it is true that in general video game products tend to be strong. Although I must say I have never owned an Xbox There have been several PS1 and PS2 controllers that have begun to degrade such as the thumb sticks sticking and then pretty much breaking and the buttons failing to work.
MTV already found that out...Only thing that broke was the battery case.
yes he is exactly right stop bing fanboyes godOriginally Posted by callme.nasty
soz posted twice by accident and inso or watever bollocks ur name is shut up
Last edited by wii_cammy; 04-06-2007 at 11:25 AM.
Begs the question why you are on a WII forum, in a WII section, saying such things, and to top it off, just to make people REALLY pay attention to your words of wisdom...you double post