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By: remanutd5 Treasure Hunter 7402 posts
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Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault psvita campaign co op

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Hey guys have any of you played online campaign co op with a friend? i've been trying to join a friend but i cant, everytime i try it says "unable to join the game" , do you know whats going on? 

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Re: Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault psvita campaign co op

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I don't have the game nor have I tried it but the issue you are having sounds like a port issue.  Easier way to tackle this is by enabling UPnP. In order to enable UPnP you will have to enable it at the router level & at the PS3 level.

 

Check your router's documentation on how to do this.

 

 

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I've only played Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault on the PlayStation 3 cooperatively, which had no problems when it came to connecting players. Either this could be a game in need of a serious patch update or it might just be something wrong with the Internet connection on someone's end. Have you tried checking your connection settings? If everything appears kosher, you could also try contacting Insomniac to see if the company has some insight into this dilemma.


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Re: Ratchet and Clank Full Frontal Assault psvita campaign co op

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GrayGargoyle wrote:

I've only played Ratchet and Clank: Full Frontal Assault on the PlayStation 3 cooperatively, which had no problems when it came to connecting players. Either this could be a game in need of a serious patch update or it might just be something wrong with the Internet connection on someone's end. Have you tried checking your connection settings? If everything appears kosher, you could also try contacting Insomniac to see if the company has some insight into this dilemma.


Thanks a lot Graygargoyle i have sent them an email, hopefully i get a reply soon. 

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