In order to transfer characters to your PS3, you will need a USB storage device (USB flash
drive, USB portable hard drive, etc.) that your PS3 can recognize.
1. On the root of your USB drive, create a folder called "PS3" if it is not already present.
2. Within that "PS3" folder, create another folder called "SAVEDATA" if it is not already
3. Download a character from the Hall of Heroes. The downloaded file will be in a compressed
format with a file extension of .zip. After uncompressing the file, you will have a folder whose
name begins with "BLJM" followed by a string of numbers and letters.
a. Copy the BLJM folder and all its contents into the "SAVEDATA" folder you created in step 2
on your USB device. Note that you may copy more than 1 character folder at a time.
4. Insert your USB drive into PlayStation®3 system and turn the system on.
5. Go to the "Game" column and select the "Save Data Utility" icon.
6. Scroll to the top and select the "USB Device" icon.
7. Locate the character file you downloaded. The save file icon will have a picture of the
character on it.
8. With the file highlighted, press Triangle to bring up the file options.
9. Choose "Copy".
a. If you've downloaded multiple characters, the "Copy Multiple" option may work better.
The character is now ready to be used in 3D Dot Game Heroes. Next time you start a new game
or continue, select the "EDIT DATA" box at the character select screen. A list of all your custom
characters will appear, including the ones you've created yourself as well as those transferred via
Alternatively, you can view the custom character by selecting "EDITOR" from the main menu and
then selecting "LOAD" to bring up the same file list of custom characters. From here, you may
modify the character or preview it before taking it into the main game.
NOTE: The PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system does not support the NTFS file format found
common in the most current versions of the Windows operating system. To ensure compatibility with your
PS3 system, please use a USB Flash Drive formatted with the FAT32 file structure. For more information on
this subject, please reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Allocation_Table and