.RSL file...new file type?

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Feb 6, 2010

.RSL file...new file type? by otto888 at 12:52 PM (1,684 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. otto888
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    I'm trying to do a texture mod of No More Heroes 2,but when I goto the folder that has some textures,they are all .RSL files,and I can't find any info about those files. Could anyone give some info about these files? I've done some textures mods before,but have never seen a .RSL file.
     
  2. TempusC

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    .RSL files are Grasshopper manufacture archive files. You would be the fifth person to ask me about these, and the third on these boards, so I’m tired of explaining.

    The magic for images within the archive is GCT0 - they’re similar to TPLs, and unlike some sections, not encoded.

    The tools Mr.Mongoose made for Zero4 are here, with some basic stuff. If the archive hasn’t been updated, it’ll work. It isn’t super complete, it only has the basics of what we needed to do the game translation. The rest is sitting in documentation limbo. It should have enough info for you.
     
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    I don't understand...
     
  4. OncleJulien

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    he's confused the board for his pm inbox.
     
  5. TempusC

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    Not confused. Just forgot some words. The sentence should have read:

    "You would be the fifth person to ask me about these, and the third on this board, so I’m tired of explaining.”



    Sorry for the mistake!
     

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