Hacking New Games won't open with Trucha Signer

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Anybody faced that issue, yet?

What's the difference? Why doesn't it open in Trucha Signer?
Any other way to get files from that disc ?
 

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It'S always good to know what'S on a disc...
Usually I use Trucha Signer. But that doesn't work with at least this particular game....

So, i'll look at wiiscrubber.
 

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Ahm yes i know for what WiiScrubber is but for what do you want to know what´s on the Disc unless you want to change the data in any way
 

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well you can analyze the game. See what languages it has, see character models and that way discover hidden characters or something like that.
 

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