Responding to received feedback detailing some OUYA issues, the company said that it’s working on improving the hardware and software of the Android console in time for the June 4 launch.
In the works for some time, The Other Brothers have yet to make their debut. That could change soon, as the game is now reported to make an appearance on the popular OUYA console.
Right on schedule, OUYA is now shipping to its Kickstarter supporters. The Android-powered gaming console will be available in retail stores on June 4 for $99.
UK game retailer GAME is now taking pre-order for OUYA on its website, where it’s currently selling for £99.99 with free shipping included.
Thanks to a partnership with Makerbot, you can now 3D print your own OUYA console case. If you own a 3D printer, that is.
OUYA has confirmed several emulators are on their way to the Android-based console, and will hopefully be available right around the console’s launch.
XBMC developer Nathan Betzen uploaded a video of XBMC shown running on Ouya. What’s surprising (or not) is that the application actually runs very smoothly.
OUYA announced that it is now accepting game submissions for the OUYA store. Will you be submitting a game?
If you backed the original OUYA kickstarter campaign then your console will be shipping out at the end of the month, according to an official blog update.
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?