Minecraft won't play.

I bought Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition (with MS points) around its release date last year and I never had any problems with it until recently.

The problem with it is that it won't start up, at all. It'll show a black screen until a message pops up saying that it can't be played and should try downloading it again. I've done this several times with no change at all. I tried deleting it, clearing system cache, restarting the system and then downloading it again but it still does the same thing.

Before this happened though nearly a week ago, it stopped loading in worlds that were created previously. I could create new worlds and play in them, but I could never load them back in at a later date. I thought some of the files were just corrupted so I deleted the ones that wouldn't load, but it kept happening with new ones.

I'm not sure what to do, so I was hoping someone had some answers?

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 9 Applies to:

It's not a corrupted file. I bought it brand new on disc and it does the same thing. I guess that means we got burned.

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It let me play the arcade version from the online store. I'm taking my disc back, but I don't know what ya do to get MS points refunded. Good luck man.

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It may be a corrupted world causing this you should take all downloads such as worlds and skin packs , dont remove the game itself off your HDD and use a usb to put them on then take the usb out and , load up the game and try again this should fix your problem.

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