Resident Evil: Deadly Silence
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Experience the terror of Raccoon City as heroes Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine try to survive a mansion filled with flesh-hungry zombies, giant spiders, horrific amphibious creatures, mutant dogs and worse. Now the Survival Horror Classic Resident Evil debuts with features exclusive to the Nintendo DS system.



NINTENDO DS

NORTH AMERICA

The North American version was the second to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the original PlayStation version. Deadly Silence adds Nintendo DS touchscreen support for zombie knife battles and puzzles, microphone support and uses both screens. New to the game is Rebirth Mode, which is a modified version of the Classic game, adding the DS features into gameplay. Also new to this version is Master of Knifing, and Wireless/Multi-Card Play.

JAPAN
The Japanese version was the first to be released anywhere in the world, and is a port of the original PlayStation version. Deadly Silence adds Nintendo DS touchscreen support for zombie knife battles and puzzles, microphone support and uses both screens. New to the game is Rebirth Mode, which is a modified version of the Classic game, adding the DS features into gameplay. Also new to this version is Master of Knifing, and Wireless/Multi-Card Play.


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Platform: Nintendo DS
Number of Discs:
1 Card
Special Features: Wireless Multiplayer
Memory Card Space:
None
Compatible Accessories: None

SKU:

4976219654159 (JP - Regular Edition)
4976219654548 (JP - Limited Pack)
013388320042 (NA)


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Main Game Modes

Classic: Beginner, Standard
Rebirth: Beginner, Standard

Mini Games
Wireless Play (JP)
Multi-Card Play (NA)
Master of Knifing

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INTERESTING FACTS

(Nintendo DS)

1) Deadly Silence marks the 5th release of the original Resident Evil/Biohazard in both North America and Japan, and 6th release if the GameCube remake is considered. The Nintendo DS is the third platform the game has appeared on, or fourth if the remake is considered.
 
2) In Japan, this is the second portable Biohazard game, and the third portable Resident Evil game in North America.
 
3) None of the Sega Saturn, Director’s Cut or Director’s Cut Dual Shock features have made it to Deadly Silence, with the exception of Beginner Mode.
 
4) Beginner Mode must be accessed using a secret button code in the main menu. Beginner Mode save files are highlighted in green.

5) For the third time in series history, gamers are able to play with or against each other. For the first time in series history, gamers can play with each other locally.

6) Deadly Silence was ported to the Nintendo DS using a 128MB or 1gb Nintendo DS cartridge, the largest DS media capacity available, and twice the size of the Nintendo 64 version of Biohazard 2/Resident Evil 2.
 
7) For the first time in the original game, not counting the GameCube remake, cut-scenes may be skipped, and the automatic turn is available by pressing down and B.
 
8) For the first time in the original game, the knife can be quick accessed and does not take up inventory space. This was first seen in biohazard 4/Resident Evil 4.
 
9) Deadly Silence is the second time the original game has been available outside the home. Korean cellphones received a port of Biohazard Director’s Cut in 2005.

10) Deadly Silence features subtitles in the North American version, a second for the series. The reason is for gamers to understand what is going on in crowded places with prohibited sound.

11) Some of the files were grammatically improved in order to be clearer or match the GameCube remake more accurately.

12) There is an extra Yawn boss in Rebirth Mode.


 



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