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Report Details The Worst Issues With PS4, Xbox One, and Wii U

Posted on Friday, March 14 @ 12:24:07 Eastern by
Fiya, a trouble-shooting resource made by and for the community, has revealed its report on the worst issues with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Wii U. It's almost been half a year (for the Wii U, more than that) so it's surprising that these issues haven't been resolved yet with patches and such.


For the Wii U, 35% of the issues experienced is due to freezing and another 30% is due to the Gamepad. Owners have complained about the device becoming bricked, the console overheating, and the Gamepad having poor calibraiton, connection, and censors.


The Xbox One, on the other hand, has a terrible amount of issues with its Kinect, be it the unrecognized voice commands and its sensing technology just not working. On top of that, the console will either power down or stop booting up for apparently no reason. Sometimes it shuts down to prevent overheating, and the only way to save it is better ventilation and completely unplugging everything for about two minutes like it's some dainty modem.


Similarly, the PlayStation 4 also has a problem, turning off unexpectedly during gameplay, and then shout for help by blinking blue or red. If you're lucky, it's just the HDMI cable; hopefully it's not an error with the disc drive. Issues with the audio and video are almost equally as high, but can be solved by checking the audio/visual settings or, if all else fails, using the headphones for a lack of audio.

The only issues I've experienced so far is the Xbox One not outputting correctly, but that was quickly resolved after I checked the HDMI cables. Have you experienced anything wrong with your next-gen consoles?
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