The lights are on
The Kickstarted Android gaming console will start shipping
out to Kickstarter backers on March 28. Ouya also announced its recruitment of thatgamecompany
co-founder Kellee Santiago to head up developer relations for the $99
"Ouya gets it. This is the first console company that
really understands how important it is to remove the barriers to development.
By freeing up the development process, Ouya is opening up new doors in console
gaming," Santiago said in a statement.
Ouya also announced several games in development for
Ouya comes out later this year for the general
I may have to pick it up--but my Kickstarter-backed GameStick will be arriving/shipping about the same time--and my team is approved to develop on that one.
I would like to check this system out.
Yay! That's awesome.
I suppose it would be nice to put all the emulators on it.
Can't wait to get this. Seems like a really cool idea.
I will get one, not sure if it will succeed though. But hey, it will already have the advantage if it actually focuses on giving people games to play. God knows that's 3rd or 4th on the list of things the PS4 and (apparently) the new Xbox have in mind.
And if it doesn't work out, it will be yet another rare gaming oddity I can put on my collectable shelf. I win either way.
Very curious, mostly for a $99 shot of nostalgia in running emulators for classic 90's titles. At this price point it will be hard to ignore, especially with exclusive titles.
I decided to pass on this when they said they were going to release one every year.
This comes out just in time for my to watch the new season of Game of Thrones.
Ha but actually this seems interesting. Its not gonna be a day one purchase for me but im gonna keep my eye on this
My interest in the Ouya has lessened the more I've heard about it, but I'm still curious to see how it does.