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  1. Lukis

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    Hello ! I have succeed in decrypt the game The Seven Deadly Sins - Unjust Sin 3ds game but I can't open the files with EFE or Ohana 3D, because there are only .dat .pck and other unknown files :


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    And when I try to extract them in a file extractor it only gives me text files :


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    Do you know how I can do to find 3d models ?
     
  2. Lukis

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    So ? Any solution ?
     
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    Why nobody helps me ? Please ? :cry::bow:
     
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    Help !
    (Hello darkness my old friend...)
     
  5. IcySon55

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    You need willing programmers to figure out these formats and create tools to deal with them. Good luck.
     
  6. chaoskagami

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    A) Don't use notepad.
    B) Those file formats aren't supported by those tools (or perhaps any current existing tool)
    C) Get a hex editor.
    D) Those aren't text files.

    Anyways, the reason nobody has come to "help" is because you're asking the wrong questions; likely due to lack of knowing what you're actually doing. I recommend you pick up a book on C, brush up on data structures and learn some amount of reverse engineering, specifically regarding unknown data formats. It's unlikely you'll find anyone who will "help" you with this.

    GL;HF.
     
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  7. Lukis

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    Oh thank you for your replies ! It's nice !
    So I will search this on the Internet, but I think I will give up quite quickly !
     
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