Monster hunter tri Ban

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by NullPerson, Apr 3, 2013.

Apr 3, 2013

Monster hunter tri Ban by NullPerson at 7:42 PM (1,655 Views / 0 Likes) 21 replies

  1. NullPerson
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    Newcomer NullPerson Newbie

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    Ive looked through this site before and looked at the responses most people give, please keep yourselves from feeling the need to post those kind of comments here. I mean this is under hacking is it not?
    I got banned, all i need is an explanation of the bypass code. I don't get what i put where in the code. I know you put something in place of XXXX and all of that good stuff, but what?
    Ive tried videos but i have no clue what to do. Any other methods of getting past this would help too. All i want to do is play online while im on spring break. Once school starts again, i won't have the time and the servers will be shutdown at the end of the month.
    Its still amazing capcom gives a crap who is doing what on the servers right now.
     


  2. Joe88

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    yes its its under hacking but we dont not help people looking to hack in online games
     
  3. NullPerson
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    Trust me when i say i was not trying to hack online. Its no fun one hit killing monster or anything stupid like that. Ive had the character for ever. I was just going to go online and help people. Anyway, ive seen hackers on Monster hunter tri online that actually do things to ruin the fun.
     
  4. OriginalHamster

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    They will shoutdown the servers at the end of the month D:?
     
  5. NullPerson
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    Sadly yes, i wish i found out sooner myself.
     
  6. Ryupower

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    time to get a wiiU(and/or 3ds) and move the MH3U on that(or both)
     
  7. DeadlyFoez

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    Wow. That seems WAY too soon for them to shut down the servers, especially being that people still play the game rather regularly. They should reconsider because a move like that is likely to affect someone on their decision to purchase a game made by them in the future.
     
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    Member ShadowSoldier GBAtemp Guru

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    No it isn't. It's costing them money to keep the servers up. They're not making any money off of people playing.
    Us WiiU and Monster Hunter 3 owners welcome you with open arms, a cup of cocoa and a free subscription to the best porn site in the world, FOR FREE!
     
  9. DeadlyFoez

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    No what isn't? Too soon?

    The game only came out 3 years ago. People are still playing the game and purchasing it. Companies should be required to keep their servers up for a certain amount of time so the consumer does not get screwed like what is happening here. Hell, I can still play mario kart, animal crossing, SSBB and plenty of other games online. The company made plenty of money to the point of there being no excuses for shutting down the servers after only 3 years of the game being out.
     
  10. ShadowSoldier

    Member ShadowSoldier GBAtemp Guru

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    You're comparing Capcom's servers to Nintendo's. Nintendo is a larger company, they can afford to. Capcom on the other hand, not exactly doing the best as of late. And let's be honest, copies of the game being bought now, are used, which in turn means no money for Capcom either.
     
  11. Ericthegreat

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    you run it through the same thing you run brawl+ from and stuff (gecko?) i forget and im not sure about over usb.
     
  12. mauifrog

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    Perhaps a class action law suit demanding a refund for a non function game would change their mind. If you sell something with certain features you are expected to maintain them if you ever wish to stay in business. I could give a shit less if they make money or not on it, they sold it. Either go bankrupt and give up on the business or commit to the products they have produced. You can ruin a good business like that. If I had brought that game from them, it would be the last game I ever brought from them if they did such a thing, it should be supported the lifetime of my wii as far as I am concerned. Last I checked you can buy the wii and the game at walmart, advertised with online play. Online gaming is really the only thing that matters these days, so if your in the game you had best make it last.
     
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    Or at least make the server software available to others.
    Fan base would love to host the servers no doubt.

    This has happened for the Unreal tournament games is the past and it''s great , allthough this was on PC....not sure it''s possible to host MHtri servers in a easy way...

    BTW ea has pulled the plug on various games in the past for instance Medal of honor heroes ( 32! people online at once ) wich was a great experience...
     
  14. Shadow#1

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    about time they r pulling the plug lets face it Wii is on its last leg for releases its time to move on guys.
     
  15. BitBandit

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    What?!? I just bought this game a few days ago and now you're telling me it's useless and I won't be able to play it after the end of the month? I only bought it because I knew it was a classic and my local games shop is beginning to sell Wii stuff cheap.
     
  16. EzekielRage

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    I wonder why tehy can't just use the WiiU and 3DS Servers for the Wii version as well. Sure, the WiiU/3DS Version has additional features but there is a thing called DLC...
     
  17. PsyBlade

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    If they leave the servers running (in one form or the other) less people will rebuy the wiiu version.
     
  18. terminal_illness

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    goddamn cheaters get a life and stop cheating.
     
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    Offline play is still as available as ever, no matter what happens. It's just the online component that'll be down.
     
  20. OriginalHamster

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    This.
    This seems the thing Capcom must be thinking right now.
     

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