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Talk:Ōkami (PlayStation 2)

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Literally everything

There is SO MUCH MORE to discover about Okami. There are already many things discovered that haven't been documented yet. Such as ALL THE PRERELEASE FOOTAGE THAT COMES WITH THE GAME in the Presents from Issun menu, not to mention the fact that all the HD rereleases have all the unused content from the original release. Even on noclip.website, there are plenty of unused maps. There are clean versions of songs from prerelease promo videos on the official soundtrack CDs, a test map has recently been found, there is SO MUCH TO DO!! Since we have a Steam release that has everything that's in the PS2 release, we can easily comb through the files! A reverse-engineering Discord server has recently popped up, the invite can be found here. There's so much to document! Let's get going! -OlimarRocks (talk) 16:07, 13 October 2020 (UTC)

Exit Modifier and Useful Info

Here is a exit modifier code I made. I went through several values but didn't find anything too interesting. I didn't spend a lot of time on it so perhaps someone would like to go through them? All codes here are for the NTSC-U version of the game.

Exit Modifier (Tap L2+O in game)
D0539302 0000DDFF
1067E73E 0000xxyy
D0539302 0000DDFF
0067E78F 00000002

xx is the section ID of the game. For example, C0 is the main menu section ID. 0F is the field section ID. Putting a value like 0C02 will put you into the extra options screen from the main menu. Putting a value of 0F01 will bring you to cursed Shinshuu Plains. yy is the map ID. However, this game uses fixed coordinates when entering a area meaning it is impossible to know what the correct entry coordinates for the map you wish to enter is. Another problem with fixed coordinates is it is hard to properly enter a map. Below is the coordinates the game stores when exiting a map so you can force them if you want.

2067E750 ????????
2067E754 ???????? (this line controls height of the map you enter)
2067E758 ????????

Or you can skip that and levitate your way into a map with the following code:

D0539302 0000FFEF
20366A10 3C013100
D0539302 0000FFBF
20366A10 3C014100
D0539302 0000FFDF
20366A10 3C013F33
Levitate D-PAD Up, Drop D-Pad Down, Return to normal D-Pad Left

The following code changes the sound of Amaterasu's bark sound. I don't think there is much loaded in that sound bank.

2038AC5C 2405????

Happy beta / unused map finding (if there is any besides the blank map)! --Punk7890 (talk) 23:06, 11 February 2017 (EST)

A user named LXShadow on Youtube has found an unused map, video here. It was showcased in one of the first (if not the first) trailer for the game. Would someone happen to have the Japanese version available on the slim chance that there's differences between the Japanese and international versions before we add it to the main page? Shiranui (talk) 22:58, 7 July 2017 (EDT)
Unfortunately, I do not know what level ID that is. It's a shame he never released info on that. --Punk7890 (talk) 04:52, 23 October 2017 (EDT)