Welcome to ESF.Nintendo fanboy's....all I have to add to this thread.
The only reason why the Xbox lost was because the front panel wire wasn't connected, if she would have connected that then it would have been a tie, remember because she said there was no way to turn it back on.Jakut said:the ps2 is too freakin fragile -.- But i got surprised that the black box like xbox didnt survive >_>
That's probrobly why Xbox lasted longer, because when you open a Xbox, which i have done serval times, the HDD and the DVD Drive are on the top, and it is also densly packed in.Ravendust said:If you open up a PS2 as I have done, you'll see there is a lot of empty space, what with both the giant, empty HDD bay and loads of space between the processor and the top of the box itself, it's no wonder the thin plastic cracked when there's nothing but air supporting it. If you knock on it, it sounds hollow.
The slimline PS2 would've fared better, the components are more densely packed in.