Hello everyone. First off, this is not a rant, hence the '' in the topic title. Last year, I was playing with my Wii (Not Wii U), but the Wii U was on the same shelf. For whatever reason, the entire shelf fell down from a height of 2 meters I think. When everything was in place after I cleaned up the mess, I heard some sort of really loud noise as soon as I turned on the Wii U for the entire time the Wii U was powered on. Tried pressing the eject button to eject the disc, but it didn't work and didn't want to open the Wii U. After some moving and wobbling with the Wii U, the disc finally came out and the loud noise stopped. When I looked at the disc: NO SCRATCHES!!!! Game still works perfectly! It's Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. I remember PS1 discs are very vulnerable to scratches, so I was so surprised that there were no scratches on my Smash disc. I decided to make this thread after seeing this topic. Nintendo consoles are pretty much unbreakable.