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Thread: Wipeout hd (press kit)

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    I thought I was in the wipeout museum lol

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    Hi

    Hopefully this does not break any forum rules (let me know if it does?)

    I have a complete Wipeout HD Press Kit that I want to sell. Get in contact with me if there is still interest in this.

    Thanks
    mosavon


    *Now SOLD
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    Messaged you already

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    Replied


    *SOLD
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    *sold
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    @multibodydynamics or anyone else owning such a press kit: would you be willing to try to extract the files from the DVD to check if the 3D models of the game are encrypted?

    This might be an incredible chance to bypass the encryption on the retail game files

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    Attachment 9507

    Only 2 pkg-files on it, or at least that is what I can see on my computer. I have no idea how to extract them.

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    Thanks for your quick answer!

    Use the following tool (or a similar one) to unpack the PKG files: http://www.logic-sunrise.com/forums/...ui-toolbox-11/

    Inside, you should find another layer of archive files (such as PSARC) or just straight game data folders and files.

    What we're interested in are RCSMODEL files in particular. If you open them with an hex viewer, you could check if the header is plain or encrypted.

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