Having already been delayed once, the makers of Gamestick have once again set the launch back. The previous setback had to do with “high demand”, which necessitated Play Jam to reconsider their manufacturing process. This new deferment is a bit simpler to fix, as it has to do with the user interface.
Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson unveiled a new Android “micro console” called Project M.O.J.O., which we’ll see more information on during this Year’s E3 expo. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
In anticipation of the upcoming Electronics Entertainment Expo, PlayJam has released a GameStick trailer showing how portable the Android-powered device truly is. Check it out!
In the midst of delays in getting the GameStick into the hands of gamers, PlayJam continues to generate hype through the release of a new teaser video. Will it be enough to keep gamers interested?
PlayJam’s GameStick is now shipping to developers as expected, while early-backers of the KickStarter project will have to unfortunately wait until June.
High street retailer GAME will be the only company to physically sell the Gamestick Android gaming dongle when it goes on sale in the UK this June.
The makers of the GameStick have announced that the first dev-kits will be shipping out later this month. Essentially the dev-kits will be similar to the final hardware, with a few special developer-focused features baked in.
PlayJam, the brain behind GameStick, is giving you another shot of ordering the portable gaming console and getting it early. It still comes with a $79 price tag.
No matter which device you have, chances are you have a few games you play pretty regularly to kill some time. We’ve been wondering, though: with all those studios closing or on the verge of disaster, is Android gaming in good shape?
Game Stick’s Kickstarter campaign comes to an end today with over 600% more pledges than planned.