Riviera undub?

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  1. natkoden
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    I was wondering if its possible to undub Riviera - The Promised land

    Maybe something like DS games (unpacking the rom and replacing some files)

    thanks
     
  2. Destructobot

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    GBA games can't be undubbed the same way some DS games can, because GBA games have no internal filesystem to unpack. Any GBA undubbing would probably require extensive hacking.
     
  3. natkoden
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    That's what I thought [​IMG]

    Thanks anyways
     
  4. jesterscourt

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    Just play the Japanese PSP version?
     
  5. Pikaash2586

    Pikaash2586 GBAtemp Regular

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    One may exist for the PSP version. I haven't checked, though.
     
  6. natkoden
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    Yeah... but I dont have a PSP [​IMG]

    Doesn't matter, they aren't bad anyways...
     
  7. gukid

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    I was kind of wondering the same thing, undubs for the GBA. Summon Night 2 also has English voices, that aren't quite so great. But yeah, definitely some real hacking would be required to put the voices back in.
     
  8. santorix10

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    This is totally off-topic, but an F-Zero Climax announcer un-dub would be nice. He's always saying the dude behind me is about to pass when he's sometimes as far as half the course away!

    Back on topic... All it might require is to replace the audio with silence. Though I don't know how they used the GBA's sound channels so the music might sound more messed up because they temporarily muted a track to add in the voice...