Only reason why I bring it up is because Xbox seems a little more conscientious of knowing that certain things won’t work right. Any generally, if you promise something, you’re confident that mathematically you’ll come out ahead if you guarantee the promise and increase your sales and pay for the few times you’re wrong.
And yes I know my Wii warranty is a corpse with lots of flowers on the grave. My point was that even if the Wii warrantee did have its 90-day or year-long warranty, the warranty would be just as dead regardless of whether I altered a genuine Wii PCB or generic Wii PCB.
I bet you if these Fight PCB companies can guarantee their labor by having you send it in, they would. The only reason they can’t is they can’t control who works on their products.
I think a couple of companies like Mad Catz and Pelican had their own guarantee against frying the system. They said if any problems happen with the joystick, port or the machine due to that product will replace both their product and the machine you’re using it with. So you don’t necessarily have to have a license in order to make a good product.
And a warranty is a general statement of their quality. Like for example I know a close Goodwill jurisdiction with this policy on their electronics, saying 7 days guaranteed to work or bring it back and get either cash on obvious cases, or unexpring shopping credits on more borderline cases.
How Beeshu's score improving guarantee succeeded
Likewise, the joystick company only I mention, Beeshu, is so confident that many people would be held by the right-handed grip, and quite a percentage upheaval would improve with a left-handed joystick versus left-handed pad, that they made that game play guarantee. As far as I could tell there has not been a lawsuit against Beeshu for using cheap parts that ruin the game. They delivered what they said they promised.
By the way anyone have the stats of what percentage of Beeshu buyers took back their joystick? but then again, as I have attested to before, if you’re used to a right-handed stick then a (relatively) poorly contoured or constructed right-handed stick would be better than a well-constructed and designed left-handed stick. Most of the people knew what they were buying when they bought a Beeshu, whatever joystick they put on the picture of the box matched what was inside.
They did not necessarily say it was going to last. They just said it will improve your score. a correcting that backwards feeling that people like me feel goes a long way in improving the score.