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It seems that your unit may have overheated while you were playing that game, that yellow like you are talking about is the 360's Red Ring of Death. Try this, eject the HDD and let it cool off for about 24 hours. Don't put it in the refrigerator or anything, just let it cool off. Tomorrow, pop it back in and make sure there's nothing covering the air vents. Dust, Paper, a Blu-Ray Player, Home Theater Box, a Wii, a 360, anything.
If it's still doing it tomorrow, call SCEA (1-800-345-7669)
This is known as the yellow light of death.Similar to xbox 360 ring of death,this is normally caused from overheating from the console.If it is still under warranty contact playstation and send it back to them other wise it's about $150.00 usd to have it repaired. Here's the number 1-888-780-7690 between 6AM - 8PM (PST) Monday - Saturday and 7AM - 6:30PM (PST
your xbox 360 is overheating its called the red ring of death look it up on google you can have microsoft fix it if you still have a warranty on it, it shuts down so none of the components in the xbox 360 get damaged