I’m a computer gamer myself, my favorites are sports games and RPG, I’m surprise that such record exist especially with the record details. I found out about this when I stumble on Wired Magazine site where they compiled a list of 10 interesting records related to video gaming from the Guinness Book of World Records Gamer’s Edition. Some of them sounds weird especially when U.S. player Erik Novak paid 3.3 million in-game dollars, the equivalent of $330,000, for the Crystal Palace Spec Station. Spend $330,000 for a online game digital property?
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