Here's a link. In it is a translation patch.
The entire game should be translated at this point! We've done our best to ensure every possible string we could find and was used in-game was translated. I did a quick tets to make sure the patch was working, and it loaded up. If you have issues with the patch or game, please read the rest of the thread to see if your concerns were addressed before commenting on it.
To use this, you will need beat. Here's a link to that, too.
To use this:
- Make sure your dat folder's contents are entirely unedited, including custom player images.
- Make a copy of gn_enbu.exe, and place it in your dat folder. Make sure it is named gn_enbu.exe.
-- This is what the contents of your dat folder should look like, for reference:
- Run beat, then choose "Apply Patch."
- Browse to your installation of TPDP, select the "dat" folder, and click OK
- Choose to make a new folder and name it whatever you want. This is where translated resources will go.
- Browse to your TPDP installation, and make a copy of the contents of the dat folder, including gn_enbu.exe, in case I broke something or for another update coming out.
- No, seriously, make backup copy of the dat folder. Make absolutely sure you have one.
- Do you have a backup of the dat folder? Okay.
- Copy the contents of the folder you created during the patching process and dump them into the dat folder. Rename your gn_enbu.exe file in the main directory to preserve a clean copy, and place the newly created gn_enbu.exe in the main directory.
- Make sure everything works correctly.
Nothing seemed to be broken, but my testing wasn't that heavy.If an update comes out, you will need to place the old clean .arc files back in the dat folder in order to properly update, along with placing the clean gn_enbu.exe file in the main directory. Keep that in mind.
This will only work if your copy is updated to 1.34!
Hey, here's a video even on how to patch it to English if you need more assistance! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oTDNvEqXig
Save frequently in case something is broken so we don't have any unsightly crashes.