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That clicking noise you are hearing is the laser trying to read the disk. There are a few reasons why this is not happening. Either your laser is dirty and needs to be cleaned, or your laser is damaged and can no longer read the games.
I strongly recommend cleaning your laser and making sure your games are clean as well. Keep your ps2 in a ventalated area.
If this does not work, you may have to have your ps2 repaired. If it is not covered by your warranty, you will probably save money in buying a new system. It will most likely cost more to get it repaired.
I hope this was able to fixya problem and Happy Gaming!
you need to get a laser disk which cleans the inside of the ps2 especially for ps2 games and if that doesnt work then you need to get someone to undo all the case and clean it themselves
hope that helps :)
the problem with god of war 2 is the ps2 lasers are not capable of reading the dual layer disks. either wait and get a ps3, change the laser - i just bought on for 3 quid on e bay brand new. the lasers are not designed to be played the amount they are played. the laser is designed to play 20 hours a week but as sony found out he avg gamer will clock up up tp 60 hours a week so the lasers are only lasting 1/3rd of the time they should. plus if they put a good laser in the machine u would one buy 1 ps2 and then 1 ps3. i have burned out 3 ps2's so far lol. just forget the game or wait till its put on platinum as these are single layerd disk