BdxTool

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Jul 1, 2008

BdxTool by Diablo1123 at 2:21 AM (6,107 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

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    Yasu has released a program called BdxTool which edits save files in Daigassou! Band-Brothers DX to import and export bbdx files.
    I haven't played that game so I have no idea what they are, but some of you people might find it interesting [​IMG]

    http://home.usay.jp/pc/etc/nds/
     
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    YASU FTW! [​IMG] this is awesome!
     
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    Yasu is a Kickass man!
     
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    I saw this the day he released it, but I couldn't figure out what it was so I didn't bother to submit it.
     
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    Lol I coundn't figured it out for a while
    Until I searched bdx on gbatemp

    there were like 2 results
    ONe which was the game's save file thingy
     
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    Basically, if this is what I'm thinking about, this will let you insert user-created songs from the first game (BBS) and I guess now this one as well (BBX?) into your custom created song saves. In addition, there's a tool to convert MIDIs to the BBS format. Throw in that NES and SNES rips can be converted to MIDI as well, and you really have a large collection of videogame music to listen to, as well as all the MIDI remixes people make for tons of games as-is.
     

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