Game article and instructions: https://www.pcgamingwiki.com/wiki/Spyro_Reignited_Trilogy
Undub mod for Spyro Reignited Trilogy to undub the audio from selected language, allowing playing the game with different language dubbing and text.
Authors: Kaed✩Wolf, Pâmela
Note: After applying the fix, Hardware acceleration and Allow EAX effects will still be greyed out in UruSetup.exe, however those settings no longer apply as this bypasses those settings to be forced on after the game has started.
This fix allows Hardware Acceleration and EAX to be enabled on modern systems using DSOAL, OpenAL Soft, or Creative ALchemy in URU: Complete Chronicles. Works on GOG version and should work with other versions also.
1. Extract files to <path to game> and overwrite existing files.
2. Set both files (plClientSetup.cfg and audio.ini) to read-only (right click each file --> properties --> check read-only --> click Apply and ok)
plClientSetup.cfg forces the audio device to be Generic Hardware by adding Audio.SetDeviceName "Generic Hardware" and has Audio.UseHardware and Audio.UseEAX set to true.
Audio.ini has Audio.UseHardware and Audio.UseEAX set to true.
A fix for voice issues in chapter 2. Retrieved from original Dropbox link via SirYodaJedi: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gf16yvxj42wa2r1/2_MonkeyIsland102_pc_voice.ttarch?dl=0
Just copy the .ttarch file to <path-to-game>\The Siege of Spinner Cay\Pack\ or <path-to-game>\Episode 2\Pack\, depending on your installation's structure.
It doesn't make a lot of sense to me to see a game with subtitles set to n/a for when all of the dialogue is text-based.
Say I'm hearing impaired or I want to play a game at work but remain aware of the real world around me, or have any other reason to not want to hear any dialogue - I may use the wiki to look for games that have subtitles. If we had a list for such games, I would naturally sort to highlight the ones set to true, not something as obscure as n/a. You may convince me otherwise, but the real question is whether it would be as apparent to a newcomer.
Besides, by dictionary definition subtitles do not have to accompany any voiced dialogue. One of the two Merriam-Webster definitions for subtitle is
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