10°
Submitted by Nineball2112 2159d ago | news

Recession helps restore demand for repair shops

Lynn Brown says she has broken video game consoles "stacked up to her ears."

But that's a good thing. Brown is owner of PSP Repair Service in Oklahoma City, a business that fixes PlayStation Portable and Xbox video game players.

Economic troubles have brought many new customers to her door, so many that she's considering hiring an employee to help her with the work.

"It's just gone crazy," she said. "I can't keep up." (PSP, Xbox 360)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

NBA 2K15 Roster Update 12/28/14: Westbrook 93 Overall

9m ago - Russell Westbrook, Dwyane Wade, Andre Drummond among other players who received boost in the late... | PC
10°

CarGamingBlog's Top 5 Playstation 4 Racing Games Of 2014

11m ago - With 2014 drawing to a close I take a look back at the year’s best racing games for Sony’s well s... | PS4
10°

HITC Editors' Top 5 Games of 2014: Adam

11m ago - 2015 is only a few days away, so the Editors at HITC Tech have named their top games of 2014 to p... | Culture
20°

Elite: Dangerous PC Review: Let's Get Dangerous - USgamer

18m ago - Frontier's massively multiplayer space combat sim is striking in its breadth and scope, but it's... | PC
Ad

Are you bored?

Now - Watch 10 seconds videos about games and game culture at COUB Gaming... | Promoted post
20°

Why 1998 Was the Best Year in Gaming

18m ago - Which year was the best in video game history? Which 12 month period had the biggest releases and... | Culture