Battle Garegga Rev 2016 (PS4)

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Battle Garegga Rev 2016 (PS4)

Post by SillyWills » Sat Oct 13, 2018 9:03 pm

So, after obtaining the titular game, I found its data is contained in one file called "ps4data_body.bin", which is a little over 600MB in size. I'd like to know if there's a script or tool that could crack this baby open? Sadly, the few resources I tried failed to get the job done. Anyway, got the archive in question right here:

ps4data_body.bin

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Re: Battle Garegga Rev 2016 (PS4)

Post by Bigchillghost » Sun Oct 14, 2018 2:25 am

Are there any other files with similar name? This file seem to contain only raw data and you'll need a directory file containing offsets and size fields to unpack it.
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Re: Battle Garegga Rev 2016 (PS4)

Post by SillyWills » Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:43 pm

Bigchillghost wrote:Are there any other files with similar name? This file seem to contain only raw data and you'll need a directory file containing offsets and size fields to unpack it.
Sorry for the late response! Anyway, I checked, and.... perhaps this is the necessary file?
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Re: Battle Garegga Rev 2016 (PS4)

Post by Bigchillghost » Thu Oct 18, 2018 5:27 am

SillyWills wrote:perhaps this is the necessary file?
No idea. But it's using the same structure as the previous one:

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char	Signature[4] // "mdf\x00"
long	UnzipSize // Probably?
byte	Data[?] // No fields about the actual size
Even if you manually cut off a piece of data based on the signature and scan the compression with comtype scaner, you can't actually find a match.
So chances are that the data are encrypted after the compression is performed, which can explain why there's only one mdf signature in this file, if it indeed is the only file recording all the necessary info.
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