who's broken their PS Vita's?

  • strange-quark 23 Apr 2013 12:19:25 33 posts
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    a speeding bus drove so close to my girlfriend that it hit her handbag and knocked her down.it also left 2 tiny dents in the casing of the vita,which was in it's case in her handbag.i've also dropped it on some tiles when it slipped out from under my arm as i was seeing which games were in the case.it bounced,and flipped over once or twice,but emerged unscathed.i'm sure not everyone is so lucky though,any tales of woe?i'm wondering what it takes to trash it?
  • Guff-Pipe 23 Apr 2013 12:21:59 560 posts
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    My bosses 4 year old son loves playing on my vita when he visits the office. He must have dropped it 4 or 5 times onto the kitchen floor. Not a scratch.
  • neilka 23 Apr 2013 12:28:15 21,207 posts
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    I trust you checked that the Vita was still working before checking your girlfriend was still alive.
  • Zackv4861 23 Apr 2013 19:38:58 1,191 posts
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    There's a really geeky comedy sketch there!!!
  • jonsaan 23 Apr 2013 19:45:47 26,774 posts
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    broken their PS Vita's what? Heart?
  • Deleted user 23 April 2013 20:40:16
    Pro tip: if you don't want the forum code to think your sentence breaks are Italian web addresses, put a space after your full stop and capitalise the first letter of the first word of the new sentence. You know, like you were taught at school.
  • Zackv4861 23 Apr 2013 20:56:20 1,191 posts
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    good tip.it happens to me all the time.
  • FluffyVonPuba 23 Apr 2013 22:13:59 24 posts
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    Nope. I recently spent 2 weeks in France visiting my family, and I had 2 nephews fighting for it in order to play Need For Speed for the whole time. The machine went all over the place, i was genuinely scared. Not a scratch. Fingerprints, but that's all.
    It's an impressive little piece of tech.
  • Ziz0u 23 Apr 2013 22:57:11 11,006 posts
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  • mal 23 Apr 2013 23:32:03 29,326 posts
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    FluffyVonPuba wrote:
    It's an impressive little piece of tech.
    Amazing. Kiddie toy survives being played by kids.
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