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The copy of the disk could be corrupted in some way. If possible, try a new copy of the game. If it is new, there should be a warranty that will pay for a new one. If it is used, the warranty may have expired.
Mines did the Samething so what I did was take game out then delete my game data both of them then go to system update and updated to the last firmware then afterwards put the game back in then it started to work regular again
It depends on what PS3 you get. The PS3 slim does not offer backward-compatability to PS2 games. You can play PS1 titles.
Here is a link to a page that goes more into detail about what to buy. There is also a link on the page that will show you what games can be played on what PS3. http://thirdworldgeek.com/is-your-ps3-backward-compatible/
The second link I talked about is the picture of Megan Fox(He's telling the truth, it's not a porn site, he just likes Megan Fox.
I had the same problem with a pinball game I brought. If you have one of the old playstation 2's and these games you have a blue-back on them I noticed after so long they stop playing games with blue-back discs. All other games with out these blue-back discs will play just fine but if you have a new playstation 2 and these games are not playing on there then u need to call playstation and tell them the problem you are having and see what they tell you. Let me know if this helps you Good Luck!