Capcom fixing Monster Hunter ISP issues

Nintendo of Europe involved too.

Capcom has assured Eurogamer that everything is being done to fix problems some European internet service providers are having with Monster Hunter Tri online.

Customers of Murphx (a wholesale reseller of ADSL24 and XILO) and Etanet have reported seeing error code 11613 after their game refuses to connect to the Monster Hunter Tri servers.

"We're aware of this issue," a Capcom spokesperson told us, "as are Nintendo of Europe's support. We're working to resolve it as soon as we possibly can."

Monster Hunter Tri is based on the concept of co-operative hunting with up to three other people online. The Wii-exclusive game was released earlier this month rapturous applause and a glamorous 9/10 on Eurogamer.

Our Monster Hunter Tri review tells all.


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