Where can I get all languages for UT?

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Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by FXANBSS » Fri Jul 07, 2017 7:27 am

I am just wondering if someone's collected or if there is a website which contains all languages for Unreal Tournament.
I mean, those extra files with different extension, for example the .est; .itt, .frt or .det, and more.

If you're wondering why I'm asking for such thing is because I'm curious and some languages are real funny XD (not gonna mention them for respect)

By the way, it is allowed to post those languages files here? They're just languages, not the real .u content of the game.

Thanks in "possible" advance! :)


EDIT: I just noticed I have the full spanish, italian and french languages inside my UTGOTY Disc but the installer doesn't tell me anything!
Though, I still feel curious yet. There must be more! Russian for example, cool language.

EDIT2: As a second question, what are .uz files?

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by Chamberly » Fri Jul 07, 2017 10:17 am

Well when you install the game, it ask you what language to use and the language list is there. ;)

The .uz files are for redirects/online servers. Compressed files to send files quicker.
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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by papercoffee » Fri Jul 07, 2017 11:42 am

Isn't it just changing your menu and not the voice-packs?

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by nogardilaref » Fri Jul 07, 2017 1:00 pm

There are several translations for the game out there done by the community itself, and even some translations made for specific mods (generally anything that includes an announcement messages or menus of some sort).
A few go as far as even changing the announcer voice to the targeted language, by translating the sounds themselves (I have seen this, in some youtube videos at least).

Now, I don't think there's a central repository with all of these, so probably you will have to build one yourself.
Some folks around here may help you get some of those languages, but ultimately you would need to submit them yourself to sites like this one, ut-files and moddb for example (which would be great).

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by JackGriffin » Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:54 am

Post this at OldUnreal. They've done a ton of language conversion work.
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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by Chamberly » Sat Jul 08, 2017 1:37 am

Now this gives me an idea... making my own funny language pack.
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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by FXANBSS » Sat Jul 08, 2017 7:53 am

JackGriffin wrote:Post this at OldUnreal. They've done a ton of language conversion work.
Thanks for the advice :mrgreen:

I'm honestly surprised there aren't any places about a collection of languages to download for UT anywhere. :o
Well, I just wanted to know if there's more than just the Spanish, Italian and French that I've got in my UTGOTY disc, just for the sake of fun.
Chamberly wrote:Now this gives me an idea... making my own funny language pack.
Oh boy... XD That would be fun, you gave me an idea, too :v

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by Hellkeeper » Sat Jul 08, 2017 11:26 am

papercoffee wrote:Isn't it just changing your menu and not the voice-packs?
Voice packs are localized too. The French voice packs are absolutely terrible for instance.
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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by rjmno1 » Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:10 pm

Well there are alot of unreal and ut99 titels from other languages out there.
There is also a bunch of other titels related te unreal and ut 99 in russian also.
It depens what you seek i think.

unreal covers

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unreal tournament covers.

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by papercoffee » Sat Jul 08, 2017 8:12 pm

Hellkeeper wrote:
papercoffee wrote:Isn't it just changing your menu and not the voice-packs?
Voice packs are localized too. The French voice packs are absolutely terrible for instance.
Wait ...I have the French voice packs in my install CD? I NEED THEM... how terrible are they?

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Post by Chamberly » Sat Jul 08, 2017 9:44 pm

FXANBSS wrote:
Chamberly wrote:Now this gives me an idea... making my own funny language pack.
Oh boy... XD That would be fun, you gave me an idea, too :v
Can't wait to see it :loool:

Paper, if you try to re-install you'd find them on the language selection. I am gonna go for Spanish language and see how it goes!
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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by papercoffee » Sun Jul 09, 2017 1:31 am

Chamberly wrote: Paper, if you try to re-install you'd find them on the language selection. I am gonna go for Spanish language and see how it goes!
Ok... I try to open the CD and look into it. We need more voices even the cheese one.
Sadly UT99 doesn't have German voice packs only UT2k4 and they are horriburu. :mrgreen:

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by OjitroC » Sun Jul 09, 2017 2:13 am

papercoffee wrote: Sadly UT99 doesn't have German voice packs only UT2k4 and they are horriburu. :mrgreen:
Not announcers nor translations of the default Male 1/2 and Female 1/2 but there are German voice packs - female voices include hecubahvoice, VoiceNemesis, MercenaryVoicesGerman and NightMareVoicesGerman. There are several German male voice packs as well.

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by papercoffee » Sun Jul 09, 2017 10:18 am

OjitroC wrote:MercenaryVoicesGerman and NightMareVoicesGerman
Those two are from UT2k4 I'm certain.

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Re: Where can I get all languages for UT?

Post by Hellkeeper » Sun Jul 09, 2017 9:07 pm

papercoffee wrote:
Hellkeeper wrote:
papercoffee wrote:Isn't it just changing your menu and not the voice-packs?
Voice packs are localized too. The French voice packs are absolutely terrible for instance.
Wait ...I have the French voice packs in my install CD? I NEED THEM... how terrible are they?
Files should be .frt_uax instead of .uax. They are pathetic. Basically, they sound as if the voice actors was talking to a child. "I'm on fire" is literally just translated as "je brûle !" (I am burning, which means nothing in French except that you are combusting), with a sad tone, as if trying to convey your disappointment to a 7 years old.
They're laughable.
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