Noble Works Download PC Game
But I have a question.I edit some lines (When I put in the game folder, the language stills japanese.So, I have to translate all the text from script to works?
Noble Works Download PC Game
I here that a lot of people are struggling with windows 10 and trying to get this game when the 16 parts are downloaded to work. Anyone who can explain and help with the ?????syntax message would be greatly appreciated I personally spent like 3 hours downloading the 16 parts and am really hyped to play this game after I get past this problem. I see that the application in my current folder for the game is 3,414kb which I thought was pretty small for the application. Anyway to wrap this up anyone who can help with what I have mentioned above I would greatly appreciate a reply to help rectify the problem.
Need some help here guys, downloaded all the files and extracted them which works. The files patch and patch2 are included in the main game folder, but when I run the game with the only application available, only the start menu, and some elements of the option menu is translated. The rest of the game is still in Japanese.
hey guys will this game work on windows 10 ,,,, I only encounter basic errors so it would be appreciated if anyone would reply to my message ,, its my first time to download 16 parts it would be a waste of time if it would not work
I dont know what you guys have done but the site does not work, beatdrop 2 app does not work. I have tried four (4) different browsers, cant preview the song, cant download the zip file. Like, nothing works. Is the problem on the user or on the website?
Sameer! Super simple I just download songs in batches, unzip them all at once with 7zip, and then just copy them all to the game folder all at once. Downside is this only adds custom songs and no mods.
This just stopped working. Worked absolutely fine, tried to load up BeatSaber the next day and the mod menu disappeared in game. The downloaded songs are still in the library though. Any ideas? I have it on the oculus platform
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