ROM Hack Yu Gi Oh! WC 2008 language hack

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Hi,
is there another way to hack the game in another language except to replace the english text ?

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I don't know... Inserting more would likely require ROM size expansion.

Both the (U) and (J) dumps are just English/Japanese for their primary text. Set by the sytem language in your DS options menu. Japanese gets Japanese, of course. All others make the game English.
 

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That's not it. He's a german person who is asking about how to translate this game into german. The existing dumps don't have the language.


They have 5 languages inside. Just unpack the Rom with dslazy and open a file with a hexeditor. I tried to rename the first bin files in bin_g but the rom crashed after the konami logo
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