Capcom Looking to get rid of Monthly Fees for Monster Hunter 3

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  1. Rock Raiyu
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    So are they saying that if they take out the fees, they will have to add in Friend Codes?
     
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    Well it was to be expected really, its just not popular enough to justify.
     
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    Did I read right?

    The japanese don´t have friendcodes?!?!
     
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    lol it is about time considering such a game needs to be as easily accessible as possible (see runescape the most famous MMORPG as declared by guiness)
     
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    eh friendcodes could be far more helpful, play with people you know. i'd rather play with experienced hunters that are friends over the "elite" hunters at other places i wont name.
     
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    Falsest statement EVER. They are more likely to have friend codes and LAN network play due to having more gamers playing in most areas in Japan so locating an opponent can be easy unless you live in a rural area.
     

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