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 Post subject: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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Please help me unpack the game files Dead Spece 2. files do not suggest that because they are big.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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here a split 150mb and in atachment 35 kb split
http://www.multiupload.com/YEDH3GSJJ8


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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Its actually the same as all visceral games on the 360 version just splitted and with different extensions.

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# Dante's Inferno
# script for QuickBMS http://aluigi.org/papers.htm#quickbms

idstring BIGH
get VIV_SIZE long
endian big
get FILES long
get HEADER_SIZE long
for i = 0 < FILES
    get OFFSET long
    get SIZE long
    get NAME_CRC long
    log NAME_CRC OFFSET SIZE
next i



Unfortunately it will extract without names making it very hard to identify anything, so it is very tedious and disappointing.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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okay well in one file i found things like this
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3slo........COHS....RDHS+7.z....|..9...O...O...O^.|.....brute_merged.sbk.shared\audio\docref_banks\0xb6159c6\brte_base_audio_ref\brute_merged.sbk.SBK...COHSh...kapRX......?..sbnk....X...............


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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Yes i find those but i think those are imbedded devs assets rather then a file folder structure.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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OrangeC wrote:
Its actually the same as all visceral games on the 360 version just splitted and with different extensions.

Code:
# Dante's Inferno
# script for QuickBMS http://aluigi.org/papers.htm#quickbms

idstring BIGH
get VIV_SIZE long
endian big
get FILES long
get HEADER_SIZE long
for i = 0 < FILES
    get OFFSET long
    get SIZE long
    get NAME_CRC long
    log NAME_CRC OFFSET SIZE
next i



Unfortunately it will extract without names making it very hard to identify anything, so it is very tedious and disappointing.


This doesn't work for the Xbox 360 version.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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Strange, worked for me


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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anyone ever get unpacked so that the structure of files and folders was normal


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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That would be neat.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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is there any way to unpack that file?
edit:I also try dragon unpacker,winrar, 7-zip and it's not working

edit: 31/01/2011 1.45 p.m, yes i i have open it with the quickbms and using dantes inferno script, after i extact it (pc version) i m using hex editor i open the file's name "-736893235" the files size is 9,0b7 kb. the first line is 03 00 00 08 68 D0 01 00 20 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 when i turn it into binary using scientific calculator,
03=0 00=0 00=0 08=0 68=1101000 D0=11010000 01=0 00=0 20=100000 00=0 00=0 00=0 00=0 00=0 00=0 00=0

is it correct?


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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I'm actually poking around with Dead Space 2 now (PC version), and have a nearly complete file list for DS2DAT6.DAT/DS2DAT7.DAT/DS2DAT8.DAT (missing one file name), complete list for DS2DAT9.DAT. Very incomplete lists for DS2DAT0.DAT/DS2DAT1.DAT (sound files).

Need to clean up my code a bit more before I push it to my repository.


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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hi rick, I'm new to hex editing, is it correct the way i read it
the one of the screenshot, is it you made it?


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Rick wrote:
I'm actually poking around with Dead Space 2 now (PC version), and have a nearly complete file list for DS2DAT6.DAT/DS2DAT7.DAT/DS2DAT8.DAT (missing one file name), complete list for DS2DAT9.DAT. Very incomplete lists for DS2DAT0.DAT/DS2DAT1.DAT (sound files).

Need to clean up my code a bit more before I push it to my repository.



WHOA! :D

how did you figure out the Structure?


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Rick wrote:
I'm actually poking around with Dead Space 2 now (PC version), and have a nearly complete file list for DS2DAT6.DAT/DS2DAT7.DAT/DS2DAT8.DAT (missing one file name), complete list for DS2DAT9.DAT. Very incomplete lists for DS2DAT0.DAT/DS2DAT1.DAT (sound files).

Need to clean up my code a bit more before I push it to my repository.


I hope this will work with Dante's Inferno files too. (Same engine, same deveoper team)
This will contain repack function too?


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 Post subject: Re: (PC) Dead Spece 2 (.dat)
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evin wrote:
I hope this will work with Dante's Inferno files too. (Same engine, same deveoper team)
This will contain repack function too?
It probably uses the same hash function for files, you'd have to build a custom file list for that game. I do have the PS3 version so I'll look at that.

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WHOA! :D

how did you figure out the Structure?
What, the BigFile structure? That's dead simple. If you mean file names, well, the game doesn't use hardcoded hash references (except in some places), so I just pulled all of the names from available locations.

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