Next gen consoles already breaking

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Get $5 off and zero delivery fees on your first order when you download the DoorDash app in the App Store and enter code INSIDE! Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring our channel The new consoles are here and they are… broken? Oh no! One reviewer already had their PlayStation 5 die completely after having storage and network issues. Others are saying the PS5 is plagued by crashing issues caused by the rest function. Now taking a look at the Series X, it has its own issues! Like spewing out clouds of smoke! Which actually it totally doesn’t do and was just a trick on social media… but it IS still breaking! The new Xbox is having boot issues, disc drive errors, and a multitude of other issues. What other problems do the new consoles have? Find out on today’s edition of Inside Gaming! Listen to our podcast! Or buy our shirt! OR follow us on Twitter! SOURCES – [Twitter] @JeremyPenter [Youtube, YongYea] PlayStation 5 Review – Hardware, Controller, Loading Times, Performance, UX, Storage, & More (PS5) [Twitter] @jeffgerstmann [Twitter] @jeffgerstmann [Twitter] @JamesStevenson [Twitter] @GenePark [Reddit] Buddy of mines new xbox came with a campfire feature. [Twitter] @azizalrashed85 [Twitter] @DreamcastGuy [Youtube, DreamcastGuy] Was I WRONG About Xbox Series X? – Console Review [Reddit] Summary of all Xbox Series X problems people have so far [Reddit] i really hope this noise somehow goes away because it’s even louder in person lol [Reddit] Does your Series X make a weird sound when powering on? It feels like a sudden movement from the Disk Drive. [Reddit] Overheating? [Reddit] Keeps SHUTTING OFF [Reddit] Xbox Series X Problem – Won’t Turn Back On [Reddit] Anyone else getting a weird “VHS” effect in games? [Kotaku] Report: Xbox 360 Failure Rate Over 50 Percent [Business Insider] How Microsoft spent $1 billion on a simple mistake with the Xbox 360

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