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Kenji
02-27-2002, 04:42 PM
I think I had a bad day...I dunno, I came home today chatted a bit then FF3 for awhile when my dog gets up and knocks over the ps2 in my room.. doh .....
well the Cd drive got jammed with my FFX in it!!
the thing busted tried getting it out but no use....
i got out the ps2 box which i keep in my room.
and thankfully i found the original receipt for it
good news i'm getting i'm getting a REFUND a new ps2 today
sadly no refund on the game cause i didn't buy it there.
they said they will return the game when they get it out tho. yay

any one have problems like this?

Purcifur
02-27-2002, 04:48 PM
nope nope. i've had people nearly step on the disk holder thing and break it off. i almost murdered my sister for thato ne, she leaves my games out on the floor she leaves my cases for dem everywhere and puts her games in my cases too. i sometimes jes wanna.. *eye twitches* choke... her... gah!

SSJ
02-27-2002, 04:52 PM
Yes, my dad spilled water on my treasure, the SNES. I was soo mad, and still worse, my FF2 was in the machine. I was pissed. I cleaned the water, and when i turned the game on the screen went fuzzy, and the color was all weird. The next day after it dryed out, and after about 10 try's, I got it to work again.

Aizou
02-27-2002, 04:58 PM
Back when I had an NES my guinea pig ate the buttons off the controller.

Kitten
02-27-2002, 05:20 PM
My brother pawned all of our old systems! Including my SNES:( Now all we have is the PS2. If he does anything to that, I'm gonna be one ticked off little kitty!

Zachron
02-27-2002, 05:37 PM
My brother pawned a lot of shit. He tried to pawn my old systems, but I found them in time. He just doesn't understand. Sure they won't be of any monetary value in the future, but by the time I'm dead, my grandchildren are dead, and my great-great grandchildren are dead, they'll have such immense achaeological value.

I want to preserve my old games for posterity.

Materia Hunter
02-27-2002, 05:45 PM
My mom knocked down my dreamcast(200 dollars, not 50) once, but the lense didn't get jammed until weeks or months later LONG after the warranty expired. It is still broken to this day... THANKS ALOT MOM!

TK
02-27-2002, 05:46 PM
Moving to general gaming.

Tidus- Blitzball Ace
02-28-2002, 07:37 AM
I dont anyone near my ps2 or mygames without permission

Kenji
02-28-2002, 02:12 PM
good news i got A BRAND NEW PS2 YAY
and they called sony or whatever and figured out how to take it apart and i recieved my FFX back unharmed woot
they bitched pretty bad thankfully i got it back for free =)

veggita2099
03-01-2002, 09:54 PM
my cousin back when I just got my n64 knocked it off the tv onto a hard wood floor. Thanks goodness it still worked (and still does even now)

Bahamut ZERO
03-02-2002, 05:04 AM
I remember with my first gameboy, I managed to drop it on the floor in such a way in that the LCD crystal shattered. I couldn't see a thing on the screen, so it was literally useless. If I'd done it now, I'd have probably been able to fix it with the help of some of my housemates. I got a replacement gameboy a few years later which I still have lying in my wardrobe at home.

Vicious
03-02-2002, 06:16 PM
my giant tv fell on my dreamcast and busted the power button, so i have to pluhg and unplug it when i want to turn it on and off