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    Grand Shriner
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    God eater 3 gamerip

    Just posting this here incase somebody does it

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    theres a gamerip but i cant find the source [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

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    Since the day the game came out, I've been looking to rip the files but I can't find a way. I created a topic on Steam (link below) but nobody cares.

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    Having no proper way to rip the exact files, the other day I simply tried recording Nemesis through my audio interface, mixed it and mastered it on FL Studio to get a result as close as possible from the Collector Soundtrack version. FYI, the game version of Nemesis is kinda different from the soundtrack version (game ver. got a louder voice and reverb, almost no backing vocals, and have rhythm guitars mixed differently). I kept the crappy loop transition as it is, maybe they will fix it in an upcoming GE3 update. I ended the track with a fade out. Here it is, feedback is welcome: [Hidden link. Register to see links.] (fixed link)

    I can provide more tracks on demand, given that tracks don't belong in the Collector Soundtrack album (unless their game version counterparts feature significant enough differences to justify a rip).
    Last edited by Tsukiyo Lordusk; 02-15-2019 at 04:49 PM.

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    You can try using the HyperRipper from Dragon unPacker 5
    so search for audio files inside other files

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    Already did that. Didn't work. It's surely because GE3's audio files are in an unusual format (similar to .is14 in GER and GE2RB), which makes them impossible for softwares to locate.

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    It would be better if you can upload the file that contains the music. Otherwise no one can help.
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    then we need to mod the software to search .is14
    im gonna check if it is open source

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    Go there and ask them : [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

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    Yes, it is [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

    ---------- Post added at 07:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:41 PM ----------

    but before extracting
    there's a thread that can help, with another software that already supports .is14 files or .qpck
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vector Harbor View Post
    It would be better if you can upload the file that contains the music. Otherwise no one can help.
    As much as I'd like to, the archive files I'm talking about on Steam make up like 45-50% of the total game size, which is huge. These two .pk files (one 6.5GB, the other 4GB) contain almost everything, from the music to the 3D models and such. I've learned from forums about The Last Promise that the key to unpacking their content lies in their associated .pfs and .pkh files.

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    Grand Shriner
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    Hopefully u guys can post it once its done

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    No one else here got the game? If not, I'll need your help, Bemvindo. Hit me up once you've modded DragonUnPACKer so it can locate .is14 (and maybe .qpck and .bnsf if that's not too much to ask). I'm not at home ATM but I'll make sure to upload a screenshot of the files I'm talking about when I come back.

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    i dont know how to mod this software
    im investigating how to implement a feature to dragon unpacker

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    Bump

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    Hey everyone! Bumping this. The music in God Eater 3 is so epic and emotional and Go Shiina is a musical genius. I really want the gamerip since the original soundtrack isn't out yet and the collector's edition soundtrack is missing a lot of awesome music. I found a gamerip on Youtube but it has low quality and the tracks are quite muted compared to what they should be, plus they cut off suddenly in the middle of the music. I'm hoping someone will be able to make a gamerip for us until the full original soundtrack is released. Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Killey; 06-08-2019 at 12:54 AM.
    "The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer" - Mahatma Gandhi

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    Bump

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    Sorry for the wait: [Hidden link. Register to see links.]

    I can't repack .pk archives, so all the modding ideas I had will bear no fruit, and ver 1.20+ of the game gives me errors when unpacking. At least we can enjoy the rest of Shiina's excellent stage here. There are 22 unreleased tracks in there and one unused. I plan to properly extend and fade most of these in the future, but you all are free to experiment until I get caught up and post my results. It's 1 gig, but if Mega limits you, use Mega Link Downloader.

    If you still play the game, here's a Pro Tip: Use RTSS (RivaTuner Statistics Server) to override GE3's 60 fps lock up to 67-68 frames. Any higher, and it drops to 60. That's a free 12% performance improvement thanks to Bamco America's inability to port games properly. Gameplay speed and physics are (sadly) unaffected.

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    Thank you

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    Woohoo I'm getting chills, the good kind of chills! This is beyond perfect FrankDemon I don't even know where to begin with praising how epic and heartfelt this soundtrack is. It's one of the best soundtracks I've ever heard, without a doubt. The range of instruments and vocals stirring such emotions and feelings of adventure here is astounding. And finally it's not the low, shoddy soundscape from other gamerips from the game. Thank you so much for doing this! I will treasure this indeed.

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    I'm glad you're able to appreciate Shiina's sound as well. I have too much to say, so I'll leave it at that.

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