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  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Wrestling Revolution

    Several members of Game Informer made the questionable decision of purchasing an Ouya, and we haven't gotten much use out of them. That was before we discovered Wrestling Revolution, however. This surprisingly feature-packed title was made by a huge wrestling fan that goes by MDickie , and the game... More
  • Blog Post: Test Chamber – Towerfall

    Now that the Ouya is officially released, owners of the new $100 console are probably looking for some games to justify their purchase. If you're one of these people, you definitely need to check out this episode of Test Chamber. Towerfall is a four-player competitive game that might conjure up memories... More
  • Blog Post: The Pros And Cons Of Your Android Gaming Options

    Amid the constant debates on mobile gaming takeover come a new wave of options for those looking to take their casual game pursuits further. After Nvidia’s announcement of the price drop of the Shield , we’ve decided to offer a roundup of the top Android based handhelds coming your way this... More
  • Blog Post: Kicking The Tires On The Ouya

    The console isn't even out yet, but it's already been a wild ride for the Ouya. Since this Android based platform announced its Kickstarter campaign last July, more than 60,000 backers have contributed $8.6 million for an open platform that gives developers the autonomy to build what they want... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Creator Speaks On Ouya

    Ed Fries started his career working for Microsoft, where he worked up to become the head of Microsoft’s Game Division. Now Fries is acting as an advisor on the Kickstarter-funded Ouya project – which aims to put a custom-based Android operating system into a console box. The system is set... More
  • Blog Post: History Repeats: If You Think Console Games Are Dying, You’re Wrong

    Despite what many in the industry would have you believe, the future of the game console is bright. However, the consoles of the future might not resemble the game console as we’ve come to know it. “Consoles are dying.” In the last year, I’ve heard that statement made by various... More
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