By Tyler Fischer – December 6, 2019 05:42 pm EST Share 0 Comments 0 You can own SilentHill.com for just $10,000, because, for whatever reason, Konami has let the web domain go on sale, because, you know, Silent Hill is dead and Konami is doing its best to forget it ever existed. Interestingly, the site has been available since the summer, but only recently did the Internet discover the available domain. Of course, Konami has no interest in owning the domain, because why would it? So, if you want, you can cop it for just $9,835 USD, which is pretty cheap for such a domain. And if in some strange future Konami decides to make money off the classic horror series, you could probably sell it back to the Japanese company for a neat profit. Now, it’s worth pointing out the domain has been dead for awhile. Konami hasn’t used the website in years. So, it’s not very surprising to see that it doesn’t care that anyone’s brother’s sister’s father could buy the website and sit on it. so the https://t.co/cVOdCYusn9 domain is available pic.twitter.com/ZSVAZbACaE — 🐢 bob 📼 (@bobvids) December 6, 2019 Again, nothing Konami has done or said… Read full this story
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