Autobot032 wrote:With a failure rate of 17.2% (or 2.9 million dead) and it's proven...I wouldn't call it over dramatization with that in mind. With the facts in front of me, I just don't find it to be worth my money or time to invest in a system with the potential for such catastrophic failures.
Source: http://www.gamedaily.com/articles/galle ... 6-percent/
Yeah, but that 17% is for the lifespan of the console up to now. that means all the 360's that were fraut with bugs from the start, seeing as thats when the problem was most rife. From what ive read, and heard, the current 360's that the shops are selling are pretty damn good. Also, if your into statistics, ive never replaced an xbox, current or origional, my ps and ps2 however, i ended up with 3 ps 1's. amd 6 ps2's down to reliability, so yeah, a whole 17% of 360's have broken down (i find it hilarious that out of probably 10-20million xbox's worldwide only 17% have gone wrong). So what i am saying is yeah, 360's aint perfect, but it hardly like its likely to brake down on you because last time i checked, 17% is pretty damn low