Difference between revisions of "Persona 3 and 4"

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==Miscellaneous==
 
==Miscellaneous==
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===RMD Files (Models)===
 
===RMD Files (Models)===
 
Using an RMD viewer, it is possible to open and inspect the models packaged in .cvm files within Persona 3 or Persona 4's iso. There is very little knowledge about these filetypes documented online, so the purpose of most of the files is up for speculation. A file listing is available on the [[Persona_3_and_4:ROM_map|ROM map]].
 
Using an RMD viewer, it is possible to open and inspect the models packaged in .cvm files within Persona 3 or Persona 4's iso. There is very little knowledge about these filetypes documented online, so the purpose of most of the files is up for speculation. A file listing is available on the [[Persona_3_and_4:ROM_map|ROM map]].
 
More information can be found here: [[Persona 3 and 4:Models|RMD (File Format)]]
 
More information can be found here: [[Persona 3 and 4:Models|RMD (File Format)]]
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===TMX Files (Icons)===
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Using the TMXExtractor, Nocturne's left over TMXEditor and the TMXImporter, it is possible to import your own custom icons.
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
* [http://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php/topic,16217.0.html Persona 3/4 Hacking Discussion]
 
* [http://www.romhacking.net/forum/index.php/topic,16217.0.html Persona 3/4 Hacking Discussion]
 
[[Category:Persona]]
 
[[Category:Persona]]

Revision as of 21:55, 1 April 2015


Persona 3 and 4
Game Persona 3 and 4
Developer Atlus
Designer Katsura Hashino
Artists Shigenori Soejima
Composer Shoji Meguro
Release Dates
Versions
Discs
ROM Map | RAM Map | Text Table | Notes Tutorials

Utilities

Hacks

  • None

Translations

  • None

Miscellaneous

RMD Files (Models)

Using an RMD viewer, it is possible to open and inspect the models packaged in .cvm files within Persona 3 or Persona 4's iso. There is very little knowledge about these filetypes documented online, so the purpose of most of the files is up for speculation. A file listing is available on the ROM map. More information can be found here: RMD (File Format)

TMX Files (Icons)

Using the TMXExtractor, Nocturne's left over TMXEditor and the TMXImporter, it is possible to import your own custom icons.

External Links