Sells 3.3 million times in three days

Marvel’s Spider-Man

Marvel’s Spider-Man was sold 3.3 million times worldwide in a matter of three days. This makes it the fastest-selling first-party game on a PlayStation console ever.
That means the game has been sold faster than all other Sony games on all PlayStation consoles, including Horizon: Zero Dawn and the God of War games. The God of War game which was released earlier this year held the previous record. Spider-Man is also the fastest selling superhero game ever.
Spider-Man is available exclusively for PlayStation 4, developed by Insomniac Games (Sunset Overdrive, Ratchet, and Clank) and published by Sony. The game revolves around the comic strip hero who has to stop several villains in New York.


Nintendo Switch Saved Cloud Storage

According to Nintendo not all Switch games can use cloud storage to store progress. In this way, the game manufacturer strives to keep the games “fair”. In the second half of September Nintendo will start its online service for the Switch game console. This gives owners of a Switch access to online multiplayer options, but they can also store their saved games in the cloud.

GameInformer discovered that not all games support the storage function. …


Cryptocurrency for game developers and game players — Gravity GZRO the Gaming coin

Ever since Bitcoin, cryptocurrencies have become one of the hottest prospects in the business world. Cryptocurrencies are essentially digital currencies that benefit from a decentralized system based on blockchain technology.

The decentralized system allows peer-to-peer trade without any intermediary. This created a completely new financial ecosystem that is tracing the path towards more secure, discrete and unique transactions, ensuring automatic consensus by all user for each transaction.

The blockchain is a ledger that basically binds a transaction adding blocks to the chain, when a transaction is executed…

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