One of China’s largest gaming companies, Snail, has announced a pair of Android-based game consoles, the OBox and the portable W 3D set to release in Q3.
Ouya has been testing out an all-access pass to its game library, which costs $60 and gives customers unlimited access to paid games for 12 months.
Mad Catz has officially announced it is forming a partnership with Ouya. Under the Ouya Everywhere program, the M.O.J.O. micro-console will soon have access to the Ouya’s gaming library.
Ouya is planning to make their software and gaming services extend to other devices with an initiative called Ouya Everywhere. There are not many details at this point, but our set-top boxes and smart TVs should be the first ones to get access. This should be no cause for alarm for those that look forward to Ouya’s annual hardware refresh cycle. Your next $99 console should be available right on schedule.
A new 16GB black model of the Ouya has now arrived, priced at $129. Aside from the color change and more storage, other improvements include a better controller, enhanced Wi-Fi and new Ouya firmware.
If you happen to own an Ouya and also have a thing for zombies, you’ll be excited to know that ‘The Walking Dead’ is on its way to the Android micro-console later this year!
CheapCast, an application that lets any Android device behave like a Chromecast receiver, is now available in the Play Store as a public beta.
According to unnamed sources cited in a recent report, Amazon is currently developing an Android game console that will be on the market before 2014 hits.
In this installment of the Sunday Giveaway, Kris announces the winner of the Ouya and has details on the next item we’re giving away: a 1 TB Corsair Voyager Air!
The Ouya is teeming with potential, but potential only gets you so far. The Ouya team understands this and is now working to help fund exclusive games for its Android-powered game system. Keep reading to learn more!