Real Gathering Hall set to cure London's Monster Hunter fever

As Swine Flu has the world on edge, London is preparing for its own epidemic: Monster Hunter Fever. Apparently, the contagious disease, which originated in Japan, is hitting the British Isles -- specifically in London. Symptoms of the disease include insomnia due to lack of ad hoc play, sore thumbs and an insatiable love for talking cats. If you know anyone who is suffering from these symptoms, kindly bring them to the Monster Hunter Gathering Hall in London between July 1st and September 1st for treatment.

Those who come will undergo special therapy, whereby they'll interact with others suffering from the same condition, allowing physicians to better understand their disease and discover a cure. Doors swing open from 10am to 8pm all week (except for Thursdays: 10am to 10pm). Admission is only open to those who suffer from Monster Hunter Fever, which means you should have a PSP and a copy of the game on you when you arrive at the hall. Participating patients will also receive a free, complementary injection of soda. So don't forget to ask!

This article was originally published on Joystiq.