When Razer bought OUYA, the company basically acquired the team, the platform, and the assets of OUYA. This did not include anything else, like OUYA’s Free the Games initiative. This is where the problems began.
The Free the Games initiative sought to pay ... Read More »
Last week, it was rumored that gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer was planning to buy Ouya, creator of the not-so-popular Android console of the same name. Turns out, that’s exactly what is going to happen. Unfortunately, neither Razer nor Ouya got to announce it themselves.
Mesa Global, Ouya’s ... Read More »
Ouya was the first of its kind, an Android-based console that gained massive popularity in its Kickstarter phase. It raised $8.6 million, a new record for Kickstarter at the time, and promised to deliver so much. And to be fair, it delivered a lot of what was promised.
At release, it was a solid gaming ... Read More »
You can say what you want about the Android game console market, but there is one thing it isn’t: successful. The OUYA is probably the most popular of the bunch thanks to its huge Kickstarter campaign, but as far as we can tell, its post-launch success has been very small. Mad Catz gave it a ... Read More »
Android gaming consoles were really hyped up for a while, but then they completely failed to take off. The OUYA was the first to get seriously popular, but with an outdated Tegra 3 processor, a lackluster game catalog and no access to Google Play, it didn’t do as well as we thought that it would. ... Read More »
Back when it was just a wee Kickstarter, OUYA looked to have such a bright future. An Android console advertised to only be $99 at launch, with crazy developer support and plenty of apps to go along with it. It used Android and remained open, so you could do what you liked with it. But ... Read More »