Morris Plains, NJ (PRWEB) January 21, 2008
The booming industry of video game entertainment has recently reached record sales. With the PS3, Xbox360 and Wii consoles each believing they define the future of gaming, gamers are easily able to find a system that perfectly suits their gaming tastes. These new, increasingly fragile consoles require specialized tools and equipment to be properly disassembled and treated. Laymen attempting to patch up their own consoles without the proper tools and know-how can result in a number of disastrous possibilities. Just as an intern cannot perform a triple bypass, the same logic holds true when applied to video game repair.
One company has emerged to offer speedy solace to gamers whose failing systems are causing them undue stress. Acting as veritable "combat medics" of console gaming, innovative New Jersey-based VideoGame911.com is allowing gamers to send in their consoles for 24-hour repair services. This service comes at a time when popular systems like the Xbox 360 increasingly produce what gamers describe as the "Red Ring of Death," and Wii consoles are routinely being force-fed miscellaneous items into the mouths of their DVD drives--requiring technological tracheotomies and various other emergency procedures. This video game hospital has recently expanded its facility to encompass repair for the Xbox360, PS3, PSP, Wii, DS Lite, as well as all of their predecessors.
VideoGame911.com is so confident in their ability to resuscitate game systems, they're willing to offer gamers newly refurbished systems in exchange for used and non-functioning ones. This allows customers to receive a console under warranty for less than the cost of a new one. VideoGame911.com is a subsidiary of electronics and computer retailer Anthony Edward Unlimited, LLC, and they are staffed only by knowledgeable veterans who have seen every type of wounded system come through their operating room. "Our only difficulty at this point," says Operations Manager Max, "seems to be how to elevate our name above the corporations that create the systems." But because they can offer repairs for less than the consoles' creator companies, warranty their sales, and work to protect personal hard drive save data, it seems they are headed for a bright and busy future. A likely forecast for VideoGame911.com is that they will receive no shortage of emergency calls.
VideoGame911.com was founded in 1996 and has been generating increased sales each year. They are proud to be the only online video game repair service that is an accredited member of the Better Business Bureau.
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