PS Vita Slim Repair (PCH-2000 Series)
"Fast, friendly, quality. I work in the game industry and needed by XBox to be functioning for a launch. It red ringed. I took it down at 1pm, told them I would pay for same day, they said they'd have it done in three hours. I went over to 88 Orchard and read and had coffee, and then they called me three hours later to tell me- my Xbox wasn't fixable.
They offered me an upgrade to a new Slim model, but I declined, because Slims can't install HD texture packs. So what they did instead was install a complete new motherboard into my own beloved chassis at no additional charge. Took them another hour.
They're awesome and I will recommend everyone I know with any Xbox issues to them. Cost less, went faster, and ultimately is probably going to last longer than sending it to Microsoft."
My XBox 360 wasn't working, no red ring of death, just wasn't working. Now, I'm not a serious gamer, but I love blowing sh*t up a la Call of Duty. I find it therapeutic. So not having my Box, was not good, so I Yelped XBox repair and found XCubicle. They are the real deal, period. Took my box, they hooked it up via their matrix like set up, knew what the problem was, and fixed it in 2days!! Price was great, service awesome, process was easy, all via email, Anthony responded in minutes and even text me when it was ready. If you have any game console/game issues, do yourself a favor and see the doctors at XCubicle..and I love the store front, feels very Matrix like!
"My brother's Wii had a disk read error for about a month. I tried cleaning the lens via a Wii Lens Cleaning Kit (a big rip-off), but that didn't work.
I called xCubicle and asked them about the problem. They knew right away how to fix it. The lens needed to be replaced.
I dropped off the Wii and paid the $20 cash deposit. I picked up the repaired Wii three days later and paid the remaining $40 balance.
They did an excellent job and rushed the job, so that my brother could get his Wii earlier to play over the weekend. I would definitely go there again for video game repairs."