Translate PSP games?

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Dec 19, 2009

Translate PSP games? by Fluto at 5:13 AM (22,976 Views / 0 Likes) 26 replies

  1. Fluto
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    how do you translate psp game?

    (please do't go on about it's to hard and stuff like that
     


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    The PSP like the DS has a file system, you probably already use tools (UMDGen being the tool of choice for many) to play with it for relinking and compressing games.
    They are equally good at extracting and inserting files (indeed their relinking options and file system "tweaking" is actually better than any GUI based DS tool I know of.

    Other than that business as usual; figure out how text is stored, formatted and the limitations of the display system, figure out how graphics are stored.
     
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    I'm looking into translating PSP games that are not coming out in English.
    I was on Google and found this

     
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    yeah i saw that to
     
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    Basically you need knowledge of rom hacking, and find the proper programs
     
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    suggestion for programs ..?
     
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    I'd like to help. What games were you wanting to translate.

    EDIT: 200th post
     
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    mainly jap i guess
    im really bored so i thought i could translate the upcoming kingdom hearts bbs not all of it unless of demands
     
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    Did you ever find the programs?
     
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    only UMDgen to extract
    looking through google
     
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    what about opening boot.bin?
     
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    Most people I have known/met that ever modded any PSP games are programmers, so they create their own programs, and figure out the developers of the game do it. Almost all games are made differently, so there isn't just one 'universal' program to help you translate.
    You can extract the game with Winrar, UMDgen is more of making the ISO file. Then you look around the files to see how they are stored ad how they were compiled. If the game is just one big file in the USDIR directory, then you need to find a way to extract that big file. Of course, there is a lot more things to do to translate successfully.
    You need to know how to program, if you don't, then good luck figuring it out, and hope someone is able to help you.

    EDIT - Oh yeah, and people use some type of hex editor to try and find a clue of the file they are looking at.
     
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    I give up. I just ruined my copy of ff7.iso trying to look at the boot.bin.
     
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    im getting right now an iso to practice on
     
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    I wish you luck
     
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    Sometimes you can find a simple dat program. The thing is you still need a competent programmer.
     
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    thanks for the info
     
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    No point doing KH:BBS, the English version of the game will be out before your even done.
     
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    No offense or anything, but your grasp of grammar concepts suggests you really aren't ready to start translating anyways.
     
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    This. Go find something else to do if you're that bored.
     

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