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Saturday, December 17, 2005

Resident Evil DS (Deadly Silence)

You've more than likely heard of Capcom's plan to re-luanch RE1, yet again. But this time, they will put it on the Nintendo DS, thus the title "Deadly Silence". It is said that both the REmake and original will be playable, there will be a first person mode, and it will be multiplayer. Take a look at the folllowing quote taken directly from IGN.com.

"October 26, 2005 - Resident Evil Deadly Silence is speeding its way towards a Japanese release on 1/19, just a couple of months prior to the tenth anniversary of the original PlayStation Resident Evil. The latest issue of Famitsu features an updated look at the title, giving us a first look at wireless play, the opening movie, the new "classic mode" of play and a control layout.
First, that classic mode. Purists wanting to play Resident Evil in its original form will be able to do so here. Classic mode features the same controls and puzzle layout at as the original PlayStation title, complete with zero stylus use. The event scenes are fully voiced in the DS version and can now be skipped.
Classic mode isn't the only way Capcom is trying to replicate the original. The original's opening movie has been included as well. That's right, the cheesy live-action look at Jill Valentine, Chris Redfield and the rest of the b-cast can be enjoyed on the DS in full form.
When not playing in classic mode, the DS version adds a few new elements to the Resident Evil experience, and Famitsu has provided a control layout so that we can get a better grip on the game before we actually play it. RE: DS will feature pretty much all the basic moves you've come to expect of a Resident Evil title. You can perform a quick turn by pressing down and B. You can make your character reload by holding R (to equip your weapon) and tapping B. Similar to Resident Evil 4, your character is always equipped with a knife, and this can be called out by pressing the L button.
While the main mode of play will be Rebirth Mode, an arranged mode featuring the new first-person knife fights and stylus-based puzzles, the game will also offer wireless (ad-hoc) play. Up to four players will be able to play cooperatively and competitively. In cooperative play, players work together to escape a mansion. Competitive play is a race to kill the most zombies. This mode features a variety of enemies, with your score affected by enemy size. Strangely, in all multiplayer modes, the game displays characters outside of your own with colored icons.
With the new modes and the classic RE included in full form, DS looks like a true anniversary celebration of Resident Evil. The game's US release should follow the Japanese release closely early next year. "

You can also find a few images, some of whcih are extremely familiar to RE fans, by following the link below.


You can also follow the link below to go to the official Resident Evil Deadly Silence site.




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