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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
26 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
27 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
28 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
29 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
30 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
31 May 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
1 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
2 Jun 2011
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2 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
3 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
4 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
5 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
6 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
7 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
8 Jun 2011
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Its a well known fact that for the first few years of the Xbox 360, the platform was marked by constant hardware failure when the infamous 'Red Rind of Death' used to start flashing on the console. Now it seems that the 360 slim will actually be having the same issue. The whole point with the New Xbox 360, as Alex explains, is the preventative 'fail-safe' to guard from the RRoD. When if it thinks it will start to overheat, it will stop itself before all hell breaks lose. The guys then go on to talk about the new Zelda for Wii and more upcoming favorites.
9 Jun 2011
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