Remember that guy who bought a bunch of virtual video game property for 13,000 pounds? Well apparently
he broke even. Only took one year, nnd now its going to be profit profit profit. No doubt the developers pushed a little to make sure he made his money back, just for the coverage it would generate, but still. Not a bad effort, now I wonder how much profit he will make.
This is turning into the future of video gaming. Already seen a lot of this in warcraft, where people are selling items like crazy. As more and more people move into virtual worlds we might see people spend less money on physical crap. Greenpeace might be happy?
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