I have been trying to open a text file with the extension .tdb (Text database or something like that) for weeks. The file is used in a GameCube game. This contains the texts of the game (of the menus, information of the enemies, etc.), unfortunately these texts are in English and I would love to be able to translate the texts by hand into Spanish (my mother tongue).
I have taken the ISO of the backup of my original disk to be able to modify the file. I have managed to open it with the notepad and edit it, which works, but when I return to reintroduce the file to the ISO, the texts are broken. I have been told that this happens because the notepad is not able to open the file really, but only interprets it, that is why I see rare symbols next to the texts.
Well my question is, can someone tell me what software I can open this type of file ?, I've listened to Samba 3 (but I do not know if that really is the software I need), however, my knowledge of Linux is null, I would greatly appreciate someone explaining something to me about it. I leave the file in case someone wants to take a look (https://mega.nz/#!GQYhVB7D!fjoqb3rvIoZSuIKCYMAnrCKk9dmERZSY6Z0zUnLKiFM).
Thank you very much in advance!
PD: I do not know if this post goes here, if not, thousand apologies and move it to the corresponding forum please.