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About This File

This is a collection of important mods and fixes for Final Fantasy XIII-2.

Placed in one place file for convenience.

 

This contains the following:

 

Console Content Patch:

This restores and unlocks all DLC normally unavailable in-game due to copyright and licensing issues.

Make sure to apply this before any other patches

Follow the instructions in Readme.txt to install.

Note that as this is a patch, it will be removed when Steam verifies or updates the modified files.

 

Leviathan's Tears Mod:

The PC version's rain has broken translucency.

This replaces it with parameters for a higher resolution version of the original PS3's rain textures.

 

Controller button prompts:

The game uses Xbox button prompts without differentiating colors.

 

Playstation button prompts:

Replaces the default controller prompts with shaped prompts emulating the PS3 version.

 

Xbox button prompts:

Replaces the default controller prompts with colored prompts emulating the Xbox 360 version.

 

Music volume modifications:

The game has low unadjustable audio volume with most music set to 60%-70% volume.

 

Double volume music:

Replaces music with those with a volume of 100%.

 

Half volume music:

Replaces music with those with a volume of 50%.

 

Disable music:

Replaces music with those with a volume of 0%.

 

For: http://pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_XIII-2


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The Music Volume mod doesn't work if you use the JP VO as is.

 

To make it work, you hafta edit the .bat file and remove all mentions of "/usa".  Big copypasta derp right there 😛

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