ROM Hack RELEASE Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster Save Editor

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Well, the saves are encrypted. I have no clue on how to decrypt the saves.

Yes, unlike other games that I did (Persona Strikers, Shin III) and they have 1 save. This game has multiple ones so it would be easier to edit but encrypted.

Edited: the same creator that can decrypt the V saves. I haven't tried to check and it's getting late.
https://github.com/zarroboogs/smtv.saveutil
 
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Well, the saves are encrypted. I have no clue on how to decrypt the saves.

Yes, unlike other games that I did (Persona Strikers, Shin III) and they have 1 save. This game has multiple ones so it would be easier to edit but encrypted.

Edited: the same creator that can decrypt the V saves. I haven't tried to check and it's getting late.
https://github.com/zarroboogs/smtv.saveutil
I see, I will try to find something to help ya on this, tis the least I can do.
 
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Can someone literally walk me through how to use this script? I have Python 3.10 and PyQt5, but nothing happens when I try to open any of the downloaded files.
 

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Can someone literally walk me through how to use this script? I have Python 3.10 and PyQt5, but nothing happens when I try to open any of the downloaded files.
You cd into the Shin folder with Shin.py
Code:
python shin.py
 

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You cd into the Shin folder with Shin.py
Code:
python shin.py
I'm getting an error when I enter "python shin.py" with CMD in the Shin folder with shin.py

line 29
self.setMinimumSize(width, height)
TabError: inconsistent use of tabs and spaces in indentation
 

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I'm getting an error when I enter "python shin.py" with CMD in the Shin folder with shin.py

line 29
self.setMinimumSize(width, height)
TabError: inconsistent use of tabs and spaces in indentation
You can edit the file & remove space and add tab I didn't see this before
 
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