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Hello Delete any saved game files from your x box hard drive.Unplug x box for 5 min. Plug back in and power up. Try game again. Chances are files have become corrupt.Also delete any files from GOW 1 and 2.
Sounds like your hard drive or memory chip that has a corrupt file that has affected it. Normally problems like this are only isolated to a specific game's save game files. If you have never had your console connected to xbox live then none of their updates or game patches would be present on your system; however other newer games you may have played, you might have noticed a you will need to update your system before you can play this game message on your screen. There are only 3 steps I can suggest the first is to reformat your system this will erase/revert everything to its default settings as if you're playing the console again for the first time. The 2nd would be to clear the concole cache and erase all updates. You do this method by going into system/memory/press y button/then press xx, left bumper, right bumper, xx if you do this correctly it will ask if you want to perform maintenance select yes. The 3rd option I have will erase any faulty updates which may have not completed etc. that may be causing an error, you do this by holding the synchronize button (just to left of power) then turn the power on, continue to hold the sync button until it loads completely then release. You will not receive any message or indication but any failed updates will now be removed from your system. Hope this helps, I would try these steps from 3 to 1 if I were you to, so hopefully you don't have to wipe all your saved games
it might be the laser what needs the power adjusting, or just to make sure - look underneath the game discs, is there a circle/round mark on those games? if so then they will need skimming at your local gamestation.
ive also seen this problem when the logic board is faulty. www.fixmyconsole.co.uk
maybe you should try different games? see if those different games freeze, if so, then it might be your blu-ray player in your ps3, or your ps3 might be overheating. my games froze at certain points because my ps3 was overheating, just try a few different games
Clearing your Xbox 360 Hard Drive cache I've
had this problem myself whilst playing Oblivion, although it was not
only freezing in some places but also being very unresponsive and
really slowing down when trying to talk to NPCs. Anyway, clearing the
cache on your Xbox 360 is very safe and does not affect any of your
game saves, profiles, demos, videos, etc (although it does delete some
downloaded game auto-updates, which will be easy to download again
afterwards). It is mainly temporary data that is stored in order to
make certain areas of games load faster. These can sometimes corrupt,
making your Xbox struggle when trying to read them and eventually just
To clear your Xbox 360 cache you need to do the following: "a.
Locate the System section of the Xbox 360 Dashboard. b. Select Memory,
select Hard Drive, and then press Y to view the device options
screen.c. On the Xbox 360 Controller, press the X button, press the X
button again, press the left bumper, press the right bumper, press the
X button, and then press the X button again.d. You will be prompted to
confirm system maintenance, select Yes by pressing A."Source: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/907586/en-us
What save device are you using? memory card or hard drive?
It sounds like whatever you're using has started to malfunction. Are you able to pull up other save games?
Note that saved games are associated to a unique profile on the device, even if you're not on Xbox Live. That is, if you were logged in as profile "tools" when you saved the game you have to be logged into the same profile to load the game.