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Revision as of 23:38, October 7, 2019

The Hidden Palace is a community dedicated to the preservation of video game development media (such as prototypes, hardware, source code, artwork, and more). This website can be utilized as a catalog for the items that we and others are able to collect and share.

If you are interested in contributing, please see our How to Contribute page.

Past news
Nov 2 2019: Sonic Month Part 3 - Sonic Chaos (GG/MS)
Oct 26 2019: Sonic Month Part 2 - Sonic CD, You Say?
Oct 25 2019: Sonic Month Part 1 - Sega No. 1
Oct 8 2019: Silent Hill 2 (v0.10)
Sep 28 2019: Mr Tuff + Donations/Discord
Jun 22 2019: Run Saber and Atari Collection (SNES)
Jun 8 2019: Universal Wrestling Corporation (Unreleased NES game)
May 5 2019: The Jungle Book + Some Extra Goodies
Apr 20 2019: Tom Vs. Jerry: The Chase is On
Apr 7 2019: Atmosfear / NightMare
Mar 31 2019: Dreamcast Month Part 4 - Ecco the Dolphin
Mar 24 2019: Dreamcast Month Part 3 - Tony Hawk & Stunt GP
Mar 18 2019: Dreamcast Month Part 2 - Sonic Adventure 2 Review
Mar 10 2019: Dreamcast Month Part 1 - Internet Game Pack
Mar 6 2019: Pinocchio SNES
Feb 24 2019: Star Wars & Star Trek
Feb 17 2019: Doom Troopers And Some More SNES
Feb 14 2019: What Was Once Old Is New Again
Feb 11 2019: NBA Jam and Atari Jaguar
Feb 3 2019: A Proto Sandwich
Jan 27 2019: When You Wish Upon a 32-bit Star
Jan 20 2019: An Old Can of Worms!
Jan 1 2019: A Spooky New Years!
Dec 25 2018: A Merry Eidos Christmas
Jan 11 2018: F-1 World Grand Prix Prototype (GBC)
Jan 1 2018: Early Battlecorps Prototype for the Sega CD
Dec 25 2017: Sonic CD (8/1/93) prototype
Feb 25 2017: Captain Lang and Mickey Mania Prototypes
Feb 6 2017: Lion King (SNES)
Jan 8 2017: Sonic the Hedgehog Pocket Adventure Prototype
Jun 28 2016: Defender of the Universe (Dreamcast) (Ecco month part 2)
Jun 17 2016: Ecco II - Sentinels of the Universe (Ecco month part 1)
May 27, 2016: Final ROM Archive Release Part 4
May 20, 2016: Final ROM Archive Release Part 3
May 13, 2016: Final ROM Archive Release Part 2
May 2, 2016: 10 years of Hidden Palace / Final ROM Archive Release Part 1
Oct 22, 2011: Tomb Raider E3 Demo
Oct 12, 2011: Miscellanea
Mar 22, 2011: 15th Anniversary of Resident Evil
Jul 30, 2010: Stone Protectors Genesis + Super Mario All-stars
Jul 20, 2010: Sonic Spinball 1910 5/8
Jul 16, 2010: Sega Art Tool, Sega Sound Tool, GEMS 2.8 ROM
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Silent Hill 2 (Jul 13, 2001 prototype)

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Almost a decade a go, we released a couple of Silent Hill goodies on the site for many to enjoy. For this festive occasion, we were donated with yet another Silent Hill 2 prototype! This one is very interesting in comparison to the earlier prototype, as this prototype reflects a somewhat complete build with less cut out to make way for the demo portion. Unlike the earlier build, this represents the beginning portion of the game right up until the "boss" fight with Pyramid Head. There are many subtle changes to discover, and much more included on the disc. Who knows what else can be discovered through hacking?


This prototype was generously donated to us by Ratiocinator who is the creator of Letter From Silent Heaven, which is one of the largest Silent Hill 2 fan sites on the internet! He dumped this and various other rare Silent Hill 2 discs using the methodology in order to produce the most accurate dump possible. He has written extensive coverage on the prototype on his site which you can read here!.

Finally, a special thank you to Bigmanjapan, Whitney, punnypunypony, Jokie, RetroRomper, and FakeShemp. Their contributions helped the release of this prototype.

Stay tuned for more exciting things soon!

Until next time!