FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Software for modifying Fire Pro Wrestling save files.
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Foffy
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Re: FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Postby Foffy » Mon Mar 06, 2017 10:56 pm

brick9mm wrote:Messed around with this a little. Great little work in process. Hope this gets finished, cause if it does it'll be a valuable tool for making old edits in Fire Pro World.


This would be a Godsend for that. It would allow most content creators to carry over their stuff with ease and not have to start fresh.

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Re: FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Postby Makar17 » Fri Mar 31, 2017 2:41 am

Hey, question: Would it be easy to replace the default logos in the game?
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Re: FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Postby freem » Fri Mar 31, 2017 3:55 pm

Sadly, I haven't managed to find them in the game data yet. (I want to do this too, but have no real leads on where the logo data is in FPR.ROM)

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Re: FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Postby C-Drive » Fri Mar 31, 2017 5:33 pm

freem wrote:Sadly, I haven't managed to find them in the game data yet. (I want to do this too, but have no real leads on where the logo data is in FPR.ROM)


Blackhart does, if I remember correctly he swapped in logos but never revealed his tricks.
FPWR Save Conversion Kit v1.3 (2016-09-06)
Use this toolkit to easily convert .max and .psu files into the PlayStation Network (PlayStation 3) format, convert saves between regions, or load .max and .psu files into .ps2 files quickly - and more!

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Re: FPRSaveTool (prototype)

Postby tbsjordan » Wed Jul 19, 2017 11:44 pm

I used this for the first time yesterday. Really great for converting templates and very intuitive. Anyone porting over to FPW should be using this. Thanks for all the hard work, Freem


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