If you thought that all the gaming news from E3 centered around the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, you weren't paying close attention closely enough.
Ouya and Makerbot have partnered up to make your gaming console one of a kind
It seems there's no rush to be an early adopter. Next year's Ouya will almost certainly be better and faster.
For people who missed the Kickstarter campaign or people who still prefer buying things in real stores, the Ouya will be available this June.
Hardly a week goes by without talk about the $99 Ouya game console. With under 35 hours to go and over $7 million in Kickstarter funding collected from over 53,000 funders, the little underdog console is getting two features that might push you over the fence to buy one: XBMC media player and TuneIn online radio.
Having secured over $5.5 million in Kickstarter funding, the $99 Rubik's cube-sized Ouya console has a lot of expectations to live up to. Designed as a console with low-cost games aimed at disrupting the console order in the living room, Ouya just announced its secret weapon: OnLive cloud gaming.
Since it was first announced, the fervor over the Ouya console has been crazy. Like over $5 million worth of crazy. Now, Ouya has secured its first exclusive game, one that comes from a video game industry heavyweight and is all about zombies.
Surprising everybody from left field, the Ouya slipped out last week claiming to be a new type of Android-based game console that would be cheap and encourage hacking. What we didn't know was that it would not be bringing next-gen graphics, but rather, mobile gaming to the living room. This post contains new information.
Where did this come from? A new game console that's not built by Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft? You read that right. A new game console is entering the ring. Meet the Ouya.