QUOTE(fullmore @ Sep 27 2007, 08:13 PM)
I have one of those copies. Luckily, I have a 2nd 360 that does play the disc. I posted and looked everywhere with little to no help. I knew something was wrong, just didn't know what.
I can understand the problem when pressing so many copies, however Microsoft should give more than just I'm sorry, we'll fix it. A free month of Xbox live or some MS points. Something to make amends for the unfortunate fans who bought Halo3 and were shot down.
In retail, the customer is always right.
If the game plays fine on a different console why do you think the disk is the problem? It sounds like your disk is fine but your console is faulty.
I can also understand people having issues with the game not playing due to a pressing or scratching issue but not to be causing RRODs. I bet that is purely coincidence.This post has been edited by snkbte: Sep 28 2007, 12:54 AM