Anthony817 May 9 @ 10:06am
Is there a way to re-add the cut music from Dreamcast version?
I know a few songs were cut from the game. Is there a way for me to mod the game to re-add them?

Also, does anybody have a list of all known mods for this game?

I see Grafiti mods are possible as they were on the Dreamcast version too.

I am just interested in making this the definitive version.
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JATWORKS Jul 1 @ 2:48pm 
no, you cannot add the other 3 songs. every song is chopped up into bits and is stored in a set byte .ADX file. you cannot import or edit .ADX files unless they are exactly the same. not even with HEX.
Anthony817 Jul 1 @ 4:45pm 
My friends mod Dreamcast games all the time with ADX format. Look for all the Crazy Taxi modded music versions. They can also mod games with CDDA now too.
JATWORKS Jul 2 @ 2:42am 
Originally posted by Anthony817:
My friends mod Dreamcast games all the time with ADX format. Look for all the Crazy Taxi modded music versions. They can also mod games with CDDA now too.

but you don't under stand, their cut into bits. some have more files than other. all 3 songs have 6+ files. the most is 4.
night_trekker Jul 4 @ 6:22pm 
Someone a couple of years ago figured out how to unpack the music tracks from the compressed files using DragonUnpack. Getting the new tracks back into the same format would be a lot harder, I assume.

And like JATWORKS said, each song is stored in seperate snippets. It would be a lot of work, if it can be done. I'm not sure there is a demand for the kind of work it would take, sadly.
Anthony817 Jul 4 @ 6:59pm 
Yeah, I hear ya. It is all good though cause I have the De La Jet Set Radio on Dreamcast and it is actually a patched version you could only get from Sega Direct in Japan, and it made the controlls way easier, wish they used that version to port instead. It also had all the extras the US and Euro versions had, so it was the best on the system.
JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 7:38am 
Originally posted by Anthony817:
Yeah, I hear ya. It is all good though cause I have the De La Jet Set Radio on Dreamcast and it is actually a patched version you could only get from Sega Direct in Japan, and it made the controlls way easier, wish they used that version to port instead. It also had all the extras the US and Euro versions had, so it was the best on the system.

They did use that version. De La Jet Set Radio is IDENTICAL to the European version. the contols were never changed. DLJSR just came in a special box with a t-shirt, which i have. and no, DLJSR did not have the USA exclusives.
JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 7:44am 
if you want to recover the music files, you will need a dreamcast, dc sd card adapter and ripping software. you need a .GDI version of the games (via dc ripping, make your own), and -=FamilyGuy=-'s GDI2DATA.BAT utility. you can get the files from there but patching them in to the HD version is almost impossible. you need the source. MISSING SONGS: YAPPIE FEET, DUNNY BOY WILLIAMSON SHOW and MANY STYLES.
JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 7:45am 
Hacking JSR is very complicated, i can do alot of things to the game but adding songs is a no go unless you want to replace songs and be okay with them not playing correctly. the most you can mod right now ( see my screen shots ) is textures via hex. i can replace graffiti too but that is a whole different story... again, see screenshots..
Anthony817 Jul 6 @ 4:13pm 
Originally posted by JATWORKS:
Originally posted by Anthony817:
Yeah, I hear ya. It is all good though cause I have the De La Jet Set Radio on Dreamcast and it is actually a patched version you could only get from Sega Direct in Japan, and it made the controlls way easier, wish they used that version to port instead. It also had all the extras the US and Euro versions had, so it was the best on the system.

They did use that version. De La Jet Set Radio is IDENTICAL to the European version. the contols were never changed. DLJSR just came in a special box with a t-shirt, which i have. and no, DLJSR did not have the USA exclusives.

Are you 100% sure about that one?

"After the public reported several bugs in the original Japanese version of Jet Set Radio, Sega decided to re-release it under the name of De La Jet Set Radio ("Deluxe" Jet Set Radio). This version was only sold in Japan via Dreamcast Direct (later renamed Sega Direct) making it one of the more rare Dreamcast titles available. The gameplay in this version was easier to pick up and included the added music from the PAL and North American versions, including the two levels only included in these two versions. The text featured in the game is localized in the main language of the player's Dreamcast, unlike the original Japanese version, which means that if the player's Dreamcast system is set to English language, the text in the game will be in English. The same goes for Japanese, German, French and Spanish. However, the voices remain Japanese in this version regardless of what language the Dreamcast is set to."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jet_Set_Radio#De_La_Jet_Set_Radio

"After the mess that the first version of Jet Set Radio was, Sega decided to re-release it under the name of De La Jet Set Radio. This version was only sold via Dreamcast Direct (now called Sega Direct) making it one of the more rare Dreamcast titles out there. This version is much easier to get to grips with plus features all the music, levels and characters from the European and US versions. Most of the option text is in English too unlike the original Japanese version. Anyway, as you all probably know, Jet Set Radio is a wonderful action game and probably the first ever cell shaded console game.

De La Jet Set Radio also comes with a full colour printed disc which is quite a rarity as far as Dreamcast games go."

Source: http://www.segagagadomain.com/dreamcast-ntsc4/delajetset.htm
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Anthony817 Jul 6 @ 4:20pm 
Also I know where you are coming from. I don't doubt what you say about the files at all. I used to be part of Revive DC. My friends are atreuy187 and Comradesnarkey, but I don't believe they have this on PC. Do you know about DCIS OZONE?

Kinda had to put a space in it for obvious reasons, but I was with that site since 2009 and they we merged into a new site first word The instead of DC. I met a lot of DC wizzards from being there and have nothing but respect for they work they do.

Who all do you know in the community? We are bound to have run into some of the same people before. If you tinker with games I would like to see some of your work. :)

Anyway bro, no hard feelings, you seem like a smart guy and know your stuff so I will take your word for it.
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JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 4:37pm 
Originally posted by Anthony817:
Originally posted by JATWORKS:

They did use that version. De La Jet Set Radio is IDENTICAL to the European version. the contols were never changed. DLJSR just came in a special box with a t-shirt, which i have. and no, DLJSR did not have the USA exclusives.

Are you 100% sure about that one?

"After the public reported several bugs in the original Japanese version of Jet Set Radio, Sega decided to re-release it under the name of De La Jet Set Radio ("Deluxe" Jet Set Radio). This version was only sold in Japan via Dreamcast Direct (later renamed Sega Direct) making it one of the more rare Dreamcast titles available. The gameplay in this version was easier to pick up and included the added music from the PAL and North American versions, including the two levels only included in these two versions. The text featured in the game is localized in the main language of the player's Dreamcast, unlike the original Japanese version, which means that if the player's Dreamcast system is set to English language, the text in the game will be in English. The same goes for Japanese, German, French and Spanish. However, the voices remain Japanese in this version regardless of what language the Dreamcast is set to."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jet_Set_Radio#De_La_Jet_Set_Radio

"After the mess that the first version of Jet Set Radio was, Sega decided to re-release it under the name of De La Jet Set Radio. This version was only sold via Dreamcast Direct (now called Sega Direct) making it one of the more rare Dreamcast titles out there. This version is much easier to get to grips with plus features all the music, levels and characters from the European and US versions. Most of the option text is in English too unlike the original Japanese version. Anyway, as you all probably know, Jet Set Radio is a wonderful action game and probably the first ever cell shaded console game.

De La Jet Set Radio also comes with a full colour printed disc which is quite a rarity as far as Dreamcast games go."

Source: http://www.segagagadomain.com/dreamcast-ntsc4/delajetset.htm

Yes, im 100% sure. i own the game, the box set and like the other versions, including gameboy, have beaten them multiple times 100%. Play DLJSR for your self and check the radio feature. no USA music.
JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 4:42pm 
Originally posted by Anthony817:
Also I know where you are coming from. I don't doubt what you say about the files at all. I used to be part of Revive DC. My friends are atreuy187 and Comradesnarkey, but I don't believe they have this on PC. Do you know about DCIS OZONE?

Kinda had to put a space in it for obvious reasons, but I was with that site since 2009 and they we merged into a new site first word The instead of DC. I met a lot of DC wizzards from being there and have nothing but respect for they work they do.

Who all do you know in the community? We are bound to have run into some of the same people before. If you tinker with games I would like to see some of your work. :)

Anyway bro, no hard feelings, you seem like a smart guy and know your stuff so I will take your word for it.

Well, i haven't really worked in any communitys or Forums. Im usually offline working. i have some posts in assembler games about DC but its just questions. im not DC wiz, only a JSR wiz. see my JSR Collection :) @JATWORKS (skater24481) on youtube. Basically what im doing now is reving the JSR Beta from 2.28.2000 ( 2000.2.28 if you use that scale ). progression status can be seen on my screen shots (my profile / content). yes i know about DC ISO ZONE. i, again, really don't know anybody from there. few people on assembler games, barely, again, offline to keep to self styled person. thanks for the compliment. appreciated bro.
Anthony817 Jul 6 @ 6:21pm 
Well I was only going by what I heard at those 2 places, as that is the only places I could find that said it.

Oo A beta!? Would love to see this. Do you plan on doing anything with it? Might as well add you on Youtube to keep that kind of talk away frome here if you know what I mean.

Just commented on the video. Thanks for letting me know about this!
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JATWORKS Jul 6 @ 6:24pm 
Originally posted by Anthony817:
Well I was only going by what I heard at those 2 places, as that is the only places I could find that said it.

Oo A beta!? Would love to see this. Do you plan on doing anything with it? Might as well add you on Youtube to keep that kind of talk away frome here if you know what I mean.

Just commented on the video. Thanks for letting me know about this!

Yeah, i know what you mean. thanks.
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