Looking at the file i have
How.'s it go.ing?
I believe that the "t go" from "hunt go
well?" is the same from, 'it go
ing' since it is the only t go
that I have visible there.
Here is a big chunk of the script;
and the corresponding dump
I don't know if its relevant, or not but
After you said, I did notice that the 0xFF appears almost neatly every 8th byte.. except, its not every time. Can it?
Please correct me if I'm wrong, but this is what I see.
00618740 6174 2049 206E 6565 DF64 2066 6F72 9590 6461 7F79 2E0A 4E6F 7468 D690 FF20 6861 at I nee.d for..da.y..Noth... ha
00618760 7264 2061 62B3 6F75 FF90 07A0 2E00 AC95 57F7 6F77 210A A068 6176 65EE 9591 6164 rd ab.ou........W.ow!..have...ad
blue = control code correctly placed at the 8th byte.
pink = expected control code
limegreen = where i found it.
marron = compressed data
navy = no idea....
i've managed to run that PSXTrace, but to me looks worse then moonspeak.
pSX debugger, seems little more friendly, I could find the loop where it writes to that place in the memory, I guess that is where the decompression routine is located, I'll try to analyze it.. not that will help much since my ASM Speak is pretty much sub r0,1