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Resident Evil: Deadly Silence

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Title Screen

Resident Evil: Deadly Silence

Also known as: Biohazard: Deadly Silence (JP)
Developer: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in JP: January 19, 2006
Released in US: February 7, 2006
Released in EU: March 31, 2006
Released in AU: March 30, 2006

RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Resident Evil: Deadly Silence is a portable version of the original Resident Evil, though unlike the canned Game Boy Color version this one actually resembles the PlayStation game. It includes the original campaign, plus a ReBirth mode that adds several Touch Screen-oriented puzzles and first-person knifing sequences, because they gotta put that second screen to use somehow.

To do:
Unused objects, such as knife and fuel for the flamethrower.

Regional Differences

As expected from the series, the game is known as Biohazard: Deadly Silence in Japan. Also, Multi-Card Play is known as Wireless Play in Japan.

America Japan
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Though not pictured here, the US version defaults the control type to Type B, while the Japanese version defaults to type A.

Miscellaneous Differences

As with all Resident Evil games, the Japanese Deadly Silence features English voices with Japanese subtitles. In contrast to the PlayStation original, the English version of Deadly Silence also features subtitles during spoken dialogue as well, with no option to turn them off.