I'm a newb at this sort of stuff, but I've looked everywhere I can on the Internet to find help. I need a model from a Japanese PS2 game, so I tried to open up the game. Here's what I've done so far: I started by burning the ISO for the game into a folder using DVD Decrypter as explained on this thread. Then I used IsoBuster to open the ISO and extract the files into the same folder. Once all the files from the game were extracted, I looked through them to find the models. There weren't any files that looked like they had character models in them. I eliminated the .AFS and .PSS files, since those are audio and video. But that leaves me with a whole bunch of .BIN files. That's where I'm running into problems. There are no .CUE files with the .BIN files. I brushed that aside and tried to open the .BIN files with some programs. Didn't work. I converted the .BIN files to .ISO files with a program called BIN2ISO, then tried to use IsoBuster to open the .ISO files. Still didn't work. I'm fairly certain the models are in those .BIN files, but I can't open them. So here's what I've been thinking: 1. Those aren't normal .BIN files. Maybe the Japanese have some sort of special .BIN file that requires a certain program to open. I don't think this is the case because some of the files are in English, and I opened the .PSS files without a problem, but I guess it could still be a possibility. 2. The files could be corrupted. But I don't think this is the case because I ripped them straight from the disc and the game still plays just fine. And I opened the .PSS files just fine. 3. I'm just being a naive newb and doing something wrong. This is the most likely option. Can anyone help me? I was hoping to use a couple of the models to make papercraft models. I'm pretty sure that's not considered piracy, especially because I already own the game, but if it is on this forum I'll delete this thread. And if this has been posted before, I'm sorry and I'll delete the thread. There's also a single .CVM file that looks a bit suspicious. Anyone know what those kinds of files are used for?