Las Vegas, NV -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/08/2014 -- As individuals are carrying around their handheld consoles to play during breaks in the day, there are a number of scenarios in which the device can crack or become damaged. For those in Las Vegas, Game Repair Inc. is announcing their services for free diagnostics for any handheld gaming systems. Whether a PSP or Nintendo DS, the repair techs will examine the console and successfully repair any issue a customer is experiencing.
Common problems with handheld devices include the cracking of the screen or a broken power port. After the free diagnostic examination, the repairs offered by Game Repair Inc. come at a flat rate so there are no hidden fees for the customer. While warranties may have expired, users who send their console back to the manufacturer can wait weeks—sometimes months—for the repair to be made. For the convenience of their customer base, and to restore the system so it looks brand new, the company will complete the repair within 24 hours.
Their extensive services include repairs for the microphone, broken cases, directional buttons, styluses, and even the startup system if the console will not turn on. For complete customer satisfaction, all repairs come with a 90-day extended warranty. With their flat rates, no repair will exceed $100, and prices are dependent on the system. To have the console repaired by Game Repair Inc., please visit their website or stop by their Las Vegas retail store today.
About Game Repair Inc.
Game Repair Inc., originally named Nintendo Repair, opened its business over 20 years ago and has grown into one of the largest game repair operations in the country. The family owned and operated business continues to grow to be the best repair shop in the world by using friendly customer service and premium repair work. The company’s service includes repairing various console and controllers, as well as buying and selling new and used games. Striving to be the best repair company, Game Repair Inc. stays up to date with the new systems, researching older style games and systems, as well.
For more information, please visit http://www.gamerepair.com/