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CTRNF - Edit AI kart set
#1
Hi
I would like to change kart set + character's skins the AI choose for every race. The goal is to make every characters choosen by the AI to apply the classic set up (Classic kart + classic road + no stickers + no skin + a predetermined color for the kart). Since it's the case in the classic adventure mode, it should be possible to force the AI this way for arcade mode.
Which file do you think I should edit? 

Thank you!
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#2
How do you think of modding CTRNF, if it doesn't have a PC version?
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#3
I don't know if there's a simple way to apply the classic adventure rules to arcade mode. The easiest way I know to add restrictions like that is to change the build of the game by modifying BuildsSetupData.igz from languagestartup.pak. You can use that to play non-retail versions of the game like expo, kiosk and press demos, which have fewer characters, karts, tracks etc available. You can modify which items are restricted in each build. The GP content is all still available and unlocked by default though so to get as close as possible to the PS1 game you would probably have to play on version 1.00 of the game.

You might also be able to disable stuff by just changing strings in systemdata.igz, I know you can swap characters etc around by doing that. But I wouldn't have the time to experiment with it much.
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#4
(20-12-2021, 09:01 PM)Guyus The Raptor Wrote: How do you think of modding CTRNF, if it doesn't have a PC version?

Using the switch version which is moddable.

(21-12-2021, 04:07 AM)ARD Wrote: I don't know if there's a simple way to apply the classic adventure rules to arcade mode. The easiest way I know to add restrictions like that is to change the build of the game by modifying BuildsSetupData.igz from languagestartup.pak. You can use that to play non-retail versions of the game like expo, kiosk and press demos, which have fewer characters, karts, tracks etc available. You can modify which items are restricted in each build. The GP content is all still available and unlocked by default though so to get as close as possible to the PS1 game you would probably have to play on version 1.00 of the game.

You might also be able to disable stuff by just changing strings in systemdata.igz, I know you can swap characters etc around by doing that. But I wouldn't have the time to experiment with it much.

Thank you ! I'll try that
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