These can sometimes corrupt, making your Xbox struggle when trying to read them and eventually just freezing up.To clear your Xbox 360 cache you need to do the following:“a.If it is only the first game that caused problems then it could either be a problem with your copy, or an issue with the game that requires for it to be patched.Check online forums (such as the one on xbox.com) to see if other people are experiencing the same issues, otherwise send your game back (stating the issue and how you’ve tried to resolve it) and get a replacement.
I’ve had this problem myself whilst playing Oblivion, although it was not only freezing in some places but also being very unresponsive and really slowing down when trying to talk to NPCs.
I’d try playing about two or three more games to see what happens (to get an average result).
If your other games cause your Xbox 360 to freeze then it could be a problem with your console hard drive or overheating.
Once cleaned, re-insert the disc and see how it goes.
If the game freezes in the same place/area/timing as previously it could be due to an error on the disc, a glitch, or a corruption in your Xbox 360 cache or game save. If the game freezes in a different area/timing to before, it is time to try another game.