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Discussion in 'Switch - Exploits, Custom Firmwares & Soft Mods' started by T-hug, Jul 19, 2017.
A quick search on google guides you to the OST (?)
Only shitty youtube rips either from videocapture or from capture card. I would like the raw sound file to convert in flac. Or if they decide to release a CD, I would buy it right away..
The game is 3.0.1 encrypted, they can't dump anything past 3.0.0 that we know of as it requires an exploit they have privately.
5 more hit the top sites
Why now, for months old games...?
Scene release groups just like releasing things, it's always been that way
Or perhaps one of the group dumpers just rented a bunch of 5 games
Feel free to dump them yourself if you want them earlier.
lol you so funny baby!
That wasn't the point of the question, and I don't facilitate piracy.
Was just curious why so long since their release. Feels like usually they dump what they can dump right away, but then I guess these are fairly obscure aside from XV2.
Being a non facilitator of piracy myself and merely a curious observer
I am purely guessing that these games have only just come into their possession and / or they are racing to bang out as many titles as possible for some other reason only known to them ?
Unless they patch their console to 4.0.1, its not like these carts will disappear. I suppose if the original print run runs out, it can shift to a new on-card FW (or compile) and make it impossible to dump decrypted files, but there are encrypted dumps as well so it isn't like that stops people.
And the next ones are...
it's raining roms
BBB will want to be careful with dumping KT games going forward.
tldr: Koei Tecmo has set a recent/new for them precedent and won their battle against 3DM (PC, Chinese warez/piracy distribution group). You could see other publishers emboldened against distributions (dumping carts can be construed as violating DRM) of this variety after this court case.
I noticed most of the latest updated games on nswdb.com don't even have a FW listed on them.
Why would that be?
obvious baby,nintendo doesnt want we stay on lower fw
They haven't updated for a while, so probably just stopped bothering to track it specifically. I see USFII doesn't even have a FW, and that's months old.
All 30 of the BBB released titles coming in at a total of just 113 GB
So for those people that like to archive these for educational purposes a 128GB card should do the trick
Is that unarchived size?