Until today, of course. After tedious work, day after day of converting the SMP files to WAV, one by one, I finally did it, and just in time for the new movie!
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mrmichaelt wrote:First day of Bill Murray's recordings for the game on July 2-3, 2008 in New York, I think. EP John Melchior said he recorded half of his 750-800 lines over these two days.Woah. Are these in the game files?
GBPaulRivera wrote:What a touching article? It's one of those articles that time travels you to the story of a person or team as they went about doing something special. To this day, people can't think of this franchise without thinking about that game because it left a good taste in everyone's mouth. It fell short as a game, but it didn't fall short as an experience and to me I would of loved it if the powers at be just let the game play out and then do their moves that hurt the others (which by the way most were crap), this could of been an awesome game and awesome experience. Bill's involvement ... I respect it, but I don't like it and I wish I understood why he treats the franchise like this sometimes? He obviously loves it, he makes money from it, and it shows off his best talents with other films, but his departure and the fact he was going to be a bigger role in some levels does explain a lot of the dialogue that when I play it now, I think I can see where he would of came in because the Venkman character does say a lot more than he does in the actual game. Still, I'm glad we got this game, and it is beyond just a game sequel to a movie. I'm happy we got to see this story and the final quote by Harold Ramis ... that's a tear jerker :')Did you mean to post this in the thread about the article talking about the making of GB:TVG?
skankerzero wrote:One day when I'm braver, I'll release ALL the unreleased stuff.Do you have the normal SMP files that are on the data sections of the game files? I've been having a hell of a time trying to find a free program that will extract them.
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