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  1. Hello Reshax community, I'm new here, yet not entirelly outside of the extractors community. 🙂 I had a question and maybe a little request (or at least something that could help me find what i need). On Xentax forums, there was a topic regarding Mortal Kombat 11 and the process of game files extraction. I'm interested in retrieving the music / audio within the game files. I think i've spotted the .xxx files they should be in. Now there is a tool available to actually perform a scan and extract of sound files : Ravioli Game Extrator. However, the files it retrieves first hand from the .xxx package files are mostly corrupted. So i assume it needs kind of a first level of decompression (or format changing) to actually be able to extract the files properly. The music looks packaged into .fsb file format (fsb4 to be precise i've seen in HeX editor header). Yet those can't be extracted by the fsbext tool (0 files processed), and they're also completely sound broken (vgmstream on foobar2000 doesn't read it for instance) By that time, Shokoniraya did a script that worked, however the link is no longer working, so the script is nowhere to be found as i speak. I'm sending you a capture as Xentax will soon be shut down 😕 . If anyone has whereabouts or hints that could help extracting the files again, i'm all listening. I have too little knowledge regarding BMS scripts, i understand some of the writings, but the HeX editing and file compressing is not really my speciality (somehow, i'd like to know more about, that's really interesting to dig). Thank you in advance for any tips or directions 🙂
  2. Excuse me, but I’m looking for a quickBMS script that allows access to .GSB files. There was one on XenTAX before it closed down, but I can’t access it now. That’s why I’m asking for it here and now because an associate of mine it trying to access the sound files for “Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Lightsaber Duels” on the Wii, and also that I want to access the sound files for the Wii version of “Star Wars: The Force Unleashed” as well. I’m hoping someone will reupload it so that we can get to work on it.
  3. Hi there! I’m totally bummed to hear that ZenHAX and XenTAX are going away for good. Those forums were so great and I’m going to miss them very, very much. However, it’s a new beginning that I hope to take advantage of as new file hunters come here seeking information on files to extract and share with the world. Today’s topic I’d like to bring up are the sounds from two of LucasArts’ greatest games: Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and its sequel. The reason I’m bringing this up is that the game has a whole slew of sound effects locked away in its files, particularly the sounds of the Force and the lightsabers. Now there have been uploads of these sounds elsewhere such as Sounds Resource for the PC. However, those sounds are at 22500 hz and the sounds from the second game have not labelled with proper identification as the first game. My objective is to locate sounds from both games that are not only around 44000 hz or so, but are also properly labelled with identification, so as to avoid having to hunt for the proper sounds upon being ripped and shared. If anyone has access to these files from the Xbox 360 version of both games along with its sequel, please share what you have and I will see what can be done with them.
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