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In order to reproduce Vagrant Story‘s game levels (rooms, weapons, props, enemies, etc.), for a long time I searched everywhere and looked for any tool that could extract sound and graphics files from this my only favorite PSOne video game. The Vagrant Story Tools, which seems to be the most effective and perfect solution now, may be just a joke and scam – it never works (and its developers do not respond to any feedback). Finally, only PSound and its sister software PSicture (the later requires PSi_VARY, but I couldn’t make it work) can help us a little.