An admin at an unofficial Ouya forum has listed hundreds of games that have been confirmed to be arriving on the Android-based game console.
Kill Screen announced the finalists for the OUYA Create competition on Feb 12. The winner of the competition will be announced on Feb 18.
Ouya CEO and creator Julie Uhrman revealed at DICE 2013 that the Android-based home console has earned support from two independent studios.
Most game consoles tend to have lifecycles that are at least five years in length and sometimes longer, as in the case of the current Xbox and Playstation. It looks like Ouya hopes to disrupt that model with yearly updates.
OUYA will be hitting retail stores in June, and will be priced at $99.99. Target, Best Buy, and Gamestop will all stock the console, as well as online retailer Amazon.
Ouya has updated its Facebook page to remind those who are interested in joining the Android gaming revolution to put their money where their mouths are. Buy it soon if you want to receive the console in April.
The CREATE game jam has been challenging development teams to build playable games in just 10 days. 166 entrants have been showcasing games they’d like to bring to OUYA.
Developers working on OUYA have outlined some of the tweaks they are making to the console’s controller to make it as responsive and precise as possible.
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