60 Hz game (DOAX2) not working, even with PAL-60 and A/V cable

I just bought a new Xbox 360 E 250GB console along with a copy of Dead or Alive Xtreme 2

The console played all other disc-games flawlessly (eg.: Halo 4, Burnout Paradise), but I only saw a black screen when I inserted DOAX2, and could only get a reaction from the console by ejecting the disc with the button on the console itself (my account always signed out during this process).

I went back to the shop and they pointed out that it's an older game, and should be used with PAL-60 settings and an A/V cable. So I went back home, changed the cable from HDMI to A/V and PAL-50 to PAL-60, but I still get the same issue:

Black screen on starting the game from the disc, no reaction until I press the eject button, white rectangle flashes on screen for a millisecond when I do press it, and the console informs me that I was signed out of my Xbox Live account, so it signs back in automatically before loading my home screen.

I also tried starting the game without signing in with any account, but get the same result.

Any idea what the problem could be? (Boobie-overload perhaps? ^_^)

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 22 Applies to:

Note: The AV cables are composite AV cables.

I also tried starting the disc while the console was offline, and with 4:3 screen ratio instead of widescreen.

I have yet to succeed.

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Microsoft support informed me that this is a general issue with DOAX2, and game owners should contact TECMO KOEI America (*** Email address is removed for privacy ***) for a workaround. They will supposedly only share the workaround with the individual game owners.

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Turned out the disc was defective. I bought a new copy of the game, and it works fine even without changing the PAL settings.

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