Would anyone like to try and make an undub for Legend of Dragoon?

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  1. Solar12
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    I'd have no idea where to even begin in creating an undub of a game, so all I can do is ask here.

    Legend of Dragoon is one of the few PSX games that absolutely NEEDS an undub but hasn't gotten one yet. And I've been searching for years and no one has even bothered to really try! Seriously, if you heard the English voices in this game, you may just vomit.

    Does anyone here have the means and the knowledge required to undertake this task?
    I'd be eternally grateful.

    (Also, I'm sorry if requests are against the rules!)
     
  2. DaFixer

    DaFixer Dare to be stupid

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    In my mencave ;)
    I remmeber this game, at the time I played allot on my modded PSX :lol:
    The English dub was not great, but A undub will me nice ;)
     
  3. wolffangalchemist

    wolffangalchemist This is bat country!

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    what do you have against "HARPOON!" or "VOLCANO!" ?
     
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  4. Solar12
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    DUBBLE SsssLASH!
    Madness....... HEERO!!
     
  5. Nathan Drake

    Nathan Drake Obligations fulfilled, now I depart.

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    Does it really matter that much? It isn't as if the entire game is dubbed and you have to listen to them speak tons of different sentences. You just have to listen to them grunt and say the names of the additions. It's so minor that I'd hardly say the game "absolutely needs" an undub.
     
  6. Solar12
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    Well, this is where our opinions differ.
    Also Xenogears got one and that's pretty much the same, even less so.
     
  7. MarkDarkness

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    In the simplest terms possible, you need both ISOs. Then, you analyze their file structutr, as they are CDs like any others, full of files. Then you find the voicr files and switch them. After doing that, you recompile the game and try to run it. That's the ABC.