Updating money is it real
But before you make up your mind, and before you read our full interview with Robin Walker on why they're selling in-game items for real money, here's exactly what's happening and how it works - plus a few shots. This is a huge update both in terms of content, and in terms of a monumental change in the game's philosophy.I interviewed the lead designer of Team Fortress 2, Robin Walker, about why they're selling in-game items for real money - and to tell us more about the specifics.Regarding the issue of whether Facebook would ever charge users for its social networking services, that company’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, said in an April 2009 interview that: “The answer is no, we are not planning on charging a basic fee for our basic services.
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We’re growing really quickly, but we can finance that growth.
We’re not going to charge for our basic services.” In their section, the social network says in answer to the query “Will Facebook ever charge for service? We will always keep Facebook a free service for everyone.” In early July 2011, the spread of yet another “Facebook is about to start charging its users” canard (driven by a fictional article) was fueled by the promise contained in that version of the hoax that users who posted the rumor as their status would be spared the levy.
And if you've got stuff to trade, or stuff you want, head over to our forums and post in the TF2 trading thread I'm about to make there.
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