-The Oculus Ring -
Hack - http://media.photobucket.com/image/occy%20ring/nickedoff12/52ac6c73.jpg
Real - http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/oculus-ring
- White Gloves -
Hack - http://newd2event.net/img/screenshots/hacked-bugged_items/13.jpg
Real - http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/white-gloves
The previously hacked items from pre 1.10 Diablo II were well known to veteran players, especially within the cow channel games. They are now officially apart of the REAL items in Diablo 3.
I can't help but wonder why. Why would Blizzard allow these items in Diablo 3?
The original hacked items were a clear violation of every rule they tried to keep intact. Hacking Blizzard games is extremely frowned upon, even lawsuits can and have happened because of it. (See: http://news.cnet.com/Blizzard-wins-lawsuit-on-video-game-hacking/2100-1047_3-5845905.html )
Did they create these items to create nostalgia for veteran players? Or maybe to accept and congratulate the original hackers in their success?
What do you think? Why would Blizzard create these real items for Diablo 3?
Here is also a few other interesting items I have found...
Wirt's Leg? - http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/wooden-leg
300's King Leonidas's Spear? - http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/the-300th-spear
Wolverine from X-Men? - http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/logans-claw