How To Deal With Customers Who Return Nintendo Hardware in 1991 (VIDEO)


Tonight I was just browsing the interwebs and I came upon this old video from Nintendo that shows customer service people in retail stores what to do when folks bring in their Nintendo hardware because it’s broken or whatever. It’s a cute video, and it brags about Nintendo’s seal of quality, which is supposed to mean that Nintendo stuff is never supposed to break. It basically scoffs at the idea that a Nintendo console would break on its own. Of course, given that my Nintendo 64 still works, maybe they have a point.

Anyway, the video has a pretty good sense of humor.

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2 Comments on How To Deal With Customers Who Return Nintendo Hardware in 1991 (VIDEO)

Luther

On November 16, 2011 at 11:48 am

Can I bring you a pie later?

Randy

On March 27, 2012 at 7:44 am

I’m surprised Nintendo hasn’t made me pull this down. lol

I think I posted this about 3 years ago.