I think its a pretty cool Idea. I have MHFU and Im away from all of my friends that plays the game with me. When we heard about the Ad Hoc Party feature we got excited because we are able to play MHFU like old times and dont have to worry about traveling too far out just to play the game together. So I would give it a chance.
what is wrong with sony, why the F would they make an adhocparty only available with the ps3. What if i don't have a ps3, than I'm screwed. And why would you even need to make psp less portable.
I think the PS3 needs to be hardwired to the internet connection since the wireless network connection will be set up to connect to the PSP. If the PS3 had a built-in multiport wireless router then you might be able to set it up to use its wireless interface to do all. This is still a very nice feature, better than what we have up to now! :-) But, I wonder if this could be set up through blue tooth and the new PSPgo... so you could wirelessly connect the PSPgo to the PS3 through BlueTooth and have the PS3 do wireless 802.11 to the internet then you'd have an all-wireless solution. Unfortunately I have a PSP-2001 so this wouldn't help me but it would be nice if Sony enabled a BlueTooth interconnect to do this...
Dang i have to get MHFU, and i also want MHT for the wii. When will they make a monster hunter for the ps3?
no it should be able to adhoc party by wifi or comp. but not ps3 if i had one i would never of bought the psp
Pointless. If you gonna have to use ps3 then just play the ps3. PSP for me has always been gaming on the go or wireless someone else from my house.
this is huge news but hard to find anything about it. thanks gamespot i thought this was just more rumors. i keep checking psn since its supposed to be on today and ya that was MH Tri for the wii. Weird
It's available later this week (1:04)?! That means Thursday's PSN release will be AMAZING!! I can't floggin' wait. Also, what version of Monster Hunter were they showing? That level is NOT on the PSP version (at least not that I've seen). It did look a little more like MHtri for the Wii. I wonder if they goofed on the clip for that one.
In order to make the networking architecture work, your PS3 needs to have a physical connection so its wireless connection can be didcated to communicating with your PSP. I've dinked around with the Japanese version and it's nothing short of awesome. I'm so glad to see this feature (a) in existence and (b) in AMERICA!