Monster Hunter 3 players in Japan are advised not to try cheating, as doing so is likely to bring up a ban screen similar to the one seen below:
Because you used modified data to connect online, you are now banned. The ban will be lifted at 22:49 on 12/12/9999. In the future, if you violate the terms of service, it is possible that you will be banned for good.
Whether or not that's supposed to be 2009, I'm not sure. One thing is clear, MH3 will be nice and retro by the time 9999 rolls around.
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PLACE BETS... NOW!
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Rob Jones said:
"Looks like we don't have a choice!", I wonder if that's a slight nod to the leak. ... Xenoblade's Shulk Officially Confirmed in Super Smash Bros.
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