New to this whole modding thing, and I've got a few questions regarding it and undubbing. Ultimately, I'd like to undub the PS3 version of Tales of Vesperia. For those who don't know, this game was released exclusively on the 360 in the U.S. and Europe, and was then re-released on the PS3 with a myriad of bonus content, exclusively for PS3, and only in Japan. I don't have a 360, and buying one just for this game didn't sound very appealing, so I imported the PS3 version a few days ago, and so far I'm loving it. It's probably my favourite RPG of all time, no joke. Now, I can read Katakana so I'm not having too much of a problem getting through menus and such. But me not actually knowing Japanese, I have to rely on a Let's Play of the English version to understand what's going on in the story. So, to improve my overall experience of the game, I'd like to have the English voices instead. I know lots of people replace English voices with Japanese voices all the time, so this is kind of like a reverse undub I suppose. And there's also a full text translation patch coming out quite soon, which replaces all Japanese text in the game with English text. So, combined, this has the result of almost a completely English PS3 version (excepting some of the voice acting that wasn't in the 360 version). My problem? I don't know how to undub. I assume that it involves going into the ISO's files and replacing all the voice data in the PS3 ISO with the voice data in the 360 ISO, correct? I'm not sure how this works, though. I expect this might be very difficult/tedious if the two do not employ the same type of sound file... But nevertheless, I'm still interested. What kind of program would I need to go into and edit PS3 and 360 ISOs? I can get both of the ISO files, so that's not an issue. And once my editing has been done, I would have to recompile the ISO back up, right? And from there, it's a matter of playing it via backup loader? Is that correct? And I already know that I have to use a 3.55 PS3 for that. A bit of guidance would be greatly appreciated here. Thank you in advance!