Originally posted by Bobtrain55:
MeanMF, you may be right we may find out that this indeed may be a hardware issue. I also know that you must have some sort of C++ programming in your background seeing as you are associated with Team XLink.
That said, I have an honest, unbiased question for you: Why would one game title cause the Xbox 360 to die, or experience "death" like symptoms at such an accelerated pace such as what's being reported by people playing this game? I find it rather difficult to comprehend any correlation to as what would cause any problem other than a compatibility issue with software updates on this system. That is the problem with having a hard drive on these new systems isn't it?
It may not be Ubi's problem to deal with. It may be Microsoft's. I'm partial to ask (not blame) Ubi, or ask the Xbox Live people what are you doing that's causing so many problems.
However, when a game developer has so many games in the open market, they invariably have to take some accountability and look into it knowing that they indeed may have a software issue causing problems on an already knowingly "risky" hardware platform (the Xbox 360). I honestly don't think people would just make cry's out for help to Ubi in light of Xbox failures...some do, but most make a obvious conclusion, and yes correlation that GRAW 2 has caused them to witness and experience a rather higher than normal frequency of game "freezes" while exclusively playing GRAW 2. Some indeed have a hardware failure, but if it is found that there have been a high number of failure rates for this game, Ubi will be left with a marketing nightmare and people will be left wondering if their games will ever be trusted. It is worth them to take the word of the consumer, as they risk way more than today's speaking dollars.