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Legs not moving but i am

Dude...i was playing it for like 5 hours then turned it off for 1 hour and i turned it on and my guy's legs would not mov, but yet he would...i tried to turn it off, back on, going to new regions...help me please!!!!!

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This looks to be a game disk problem, if you've played for 5 hours straight the heat from your 360 can warp the disk or damage the magnetic strip and the slightest changes there can do a number of things. Keep trying but you will most likely have to get a new disk... Sorry

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