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It would help to know what game you are speaking of.
Anyway 3ds sound ripping is now beyond the line audio stage, http://gbatemp.net/threads/3ds-cwav-dumper.361437/ being the main in for the general members of the public right now, but it is not what you might call easy.
Though someone would have to look at the PS1 stuff no small amount of it was rendered as waveform type audio rather than sequenced so you could get something done there.
Not an impossible hack, probably not even one with all that many technical challenges as formats are fairly plain* in both cases, but practical issues will make it something I would not take on lightly. To that end I would consider putting it on the backburner until the 3ds is more hacked.
*had you been backporting a DS remix/remaster to a PS1 game then we might have more to talk about. For 3ds it is harder as the 3ds is still somewhat unhacked, at least as far as members of the public and concerned with ROM hacking are concerned.
Yes, you can! The translation involves text files with a specific format.
You will need:
-- A text editor that supports monospaced text, such as Notepad+ and can deal with 8-bit text (not UTF-8) encoded in... well, your case, ISO-8859-9.
-- Some rudimentary understanding about markup in general (the text contains e.g. newlines indicated with [nl] and comments indicated with semicolon, and some configuration files contain JSON)
I have a syntax highlighting file designed for these files, in use with the Joe editor, but hardly anyone uses Joe other than me, so that is probably not useful for you.
Here is a small snippet of the translation material: http://bisqwit.iki.fi/cv2fin/dev/translation_snippet.html It has colors from my editor; you can disregard the colors. Just copypaste the content into a new text file and get started.
Be sure to preserve any indentation.
Please contact me with a private message or email (email@example.com) when you are done with that part, and we'll see about continuing with the full translation with you :-)
I can take care about the necessary font changes.
You know, home ports of KoF series are famous with their awesome arranged soundtracks. Sadly, PS2 version of The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga doesn't have this option, the games are only running with their original soundtracks. But arranged tracks are available only for listening in the menus as a bonus. So is it possible to swap those original tracks with arranged ones? The DVD has both OSTs and ASTs, so what can i do for that? And I'm a beginner level hacker by the way
Can you read this? "(English)(Unfinished)(PS2)" That is not complete yet.Yes i can, that's why i asked which parts translated. Couldn't you read that?
So, I say, play the DS version anyway. It won't feel the same way as the SNES or possibly the PS2 versions and if you have long amount of time away from home but with free time, it can keep your interest in the game up (I dressed my characters up like the DQ8 party to remind me that I have DQ8 at home).