By the way, misleading title, if you read on you will discover its true meaning.
So although other people have had similar problems with Halo 3 not loading maps, I now examined the disc to find a scratch on the outside, all the way around.
So I take it back to Dick Smith and the guy says that it was made by the Xbox 360 they sold to me, and that it was my fault. Just my luck, I talk to someone who actually owns the console. No replacement, no apologies. And I’m stuck with a mostly useless Halo 3 disc.
So be warned 360 owners, Microsoft advertise that the 360 can be moved vertical and horizontal. What they don’t tell you is that if a disc is in the drive, it will get scratched and bad. And don’t say, oh but its your own fault then. Because I payed money for a quality product, not one that will actually make your other purchases unusable. Look, they could have fixed all this mess with just a small piece of rubber foam!!
And so I found out the hard way, with my first game, and most popular, Halo 3. There’s nothing like wishing you payed a little extra for a PlayStation 3 huh.
By the way, you may be noticing why the page looks the way it does. I’m trying to re-vamp the page, give it its own unique look. The posts will keep coming, just hang on while I try fiddle with some technical web stuff…