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Diablo 3 gold for cash live

13 Jul 2012  by   Paul Younger
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Last night Blizzard launched the final stage of their real money auction house. Players can now sell their gold for real cash.

Currently 400,000 gold will cost you $1.00, which is a lot of gold. We don’t expect gold prices to fluctuate that much but once again we will have to see how the market settles.

Here on IncGamers we are are tracking the prices of commodities and gold on our Diablo3Markets.com site, so if you want to play the markets then this is a site you should keep a close eye on.

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  1. AlexisSanchezthe2nd

    there’s no point releasing ported versions of ps3/xbox 360 games on the wii u. why would i buy them on the wii u insteand of the other consoles? cause of the touch screen? no thanks.

    only dedicated wii u titles will work and lots of third parties, like take two it looks like, wont invest in that development until the console has a big install base. buy then the other consoles will probably be announced and i’ll wait for them

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