Server problems have led to Capcom temporarily suspending online play for Wii title Monster Hunter Tri.

Rest safe in the knowledge that it's working hard to rectify the situation.

A statement on the Capcom Unity blog read, "Unfortunately, some problem occurred within the server and the dev team is working on it as we speak. We are investigating the problem and it might take several hours to fix the cause.

" For the time being, the server is now stopped for both players in the UK and in North America. Hang in there while we work this out!"

While you're waiting, why not take a look at the new Monster Hunter PSP that you wont be able to buy in shops this December.

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