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WayForward’s canceled Silent Hill DS ⊟

Amazing! The same stream event that led to the first viewing of Shantae GBA also brought us this: an unfinished, unreleased Silent Hill game WayForward was working on for DS.

It’s just a tech demo starring Silent Hill 2’s James Sunderland, but it shows that WayForward originally had a much more traditional Silent Hill in mind than Book of Memories.

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I’m really, really happy with this thing that went up on Joystiq today. I worked with Konami and WayForward to present a timeline of the development of the weird Vita game Silent Hill: Book of Memories.

Both companies gave me a TON of never-before-seen early concept art and screenshots, including images of a demo Wayforward put together to pitch themselves as developer. Plus there’s a very detailed timeline of development.

I’ve certainly never done anything like this before, and I’m so happy it worked out. Please go read it so it’s not outperformed TOO much by some random video.

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Super creepy: this Silent Hill Robbie the Rabbit plush doll made by Etsy user obesolete.
Super cute: her Mettaur/Metool/Met/Hard Hat/whatever plush!

Super super super cute: her Bubble Buster/Benzo plush!

If you like Bubble Bobble, you should check the shop for plush Bubblun and Bobbluns that are reminiscent, but not quite identical, to the plush Bubblun Eric posted on GSW.

Super creepy: this Silent Hill Robbie the Rabbit plush doll made by Etsy user obesolete.

Super cute: her Mettaur/Metool/Met/Hard Hat/whatever plush!

Super super super cute: her Bubble Buster/Benzo plush!

If you like Bubble Bobble, you should check the shop for plush Bubblun and Bobbluns that are reminiscent, but not quite identical, to the plush Bubblun Eric posted on GSW.

Oh, awesome! Meat Bun has launched their second series of shirts. This time, the shirts all actually feature Meat Bun identification, making it feel a lot more like a clothing line than just a series of nice video game shirts. I guess. I don’t really know anything about clothes.

Above: the amazing Silent Hill-inspired “Halo of the Bun.” I’m also quite in love with “Shooting for Vengeance,” an unlikely Ikaruga/Meat Bun/Judas Priest mashup.

See also: Meat Bun’s Street Fighter Club t-shirt, also available now in the catalog, in a gorgeous glow-in-the-dark version, no less! And now to decide which one to buy.