Xbox 360 played more than Wii, likely to fail more than PS3

A Game Informer poll over some 5,000 readers, revealed that the Xbox 360 is played some five times more than the Wii, but has a failure rate that five times as much as that of the PlayStation3. Here’s the poll data: -Usage: 40.3% use their Xbox 360 console for three to five hours a day. Only 37% of […]

A Game Informer poll over some 5,000 readers, revealed that the Xbox 360 is played some five times more than the Wii, but has a failure rate that five times as much as that of the PlayStation3. Here’s the poll data:

-Usage: 40.3% use their Xbox 360 console for three to five hours a day. Only 37% of PS3 owners play for this long. Compare this to Wii users, where 41.4% use their console for less than an hour a day.
-Console death: The Xbox 360 suffers a whopping 54.2% failure rate, compared to 10.2% for the PS3 and 6.8% for the Wii.
-Repair time: Seems it takes about a month to get an Xbox 360 repaired, compared to around a week for the Wii and PS3.
Customer loyalty: Only 3.8% of Xbox 360 owners say that hardware failures mean that they won’t buy another Xbox!