The GOG version of Far Cry has already been patched, so even if you run the patch, it will be treated as already installed and force-quit halfway through. Therefore, you need to extract the Japanese data from the patch.
Use Universal Extractor 2 to extract the .MSI file from the patch, and use the standard Windows tool msiexec to extract the Japanese data from the .MSI file.
1.2.1 Extract the .MSI file from the patch
When you extract the file using Universal Extractor 2, you will find Far Cry (Patch 1.4).msi in the extracted file. We will extract the Japanese data from this .msi file.
1.2.2 Extracting Japanese data from the .MSI file
MSI files are created by the Windows Installer included in the Windows SDK, and can be extracted using the msiexec included with Windows.
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