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 »
After months of speculation and rumors, Razer has made it official: the company has purchased Ouya.
Announced in a press release, Ouya, the Android-based home video game console, is now a part of Razer, the peripheral company who has had an interest in Android for some time now. As a part of the ... 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 »
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 The OUYA was the first to get seriously popular, but with an outdated Tegra 3 processor, a lackluster game catalog and no access to Google Play, it didn’t do as well as we thought that it would.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 »
The OUYA console started as nothing but a Kickstarter, asking for a steep $950,000. However, it reached that goal in under a day. With a whole month to raise money, the project ended up with over $8.5 million. They had exactly what they needed to deliver what they advertised, and so we waited.
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The list of what Ouya will share with traditional gaming consoles grew shorter today, after an interview with Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman revealed that the Android-based video game console will follow a yearly release cycle, with complete backwards compatibility.
Where traditional consoles may only see one refresh every five to seven years, a new Ouya ... Read More »
Over the past few years, the video game market has changed dramatically. In the past, the market was dominated by players like Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, but the proliferation of smartphones has turned the industry on its heels. While there are still millions of consumers who are willing to buy $60 games for a traditional ... Read More »
Nearly 50,000 people have already backed the Android-powered OUYA game console, but you still have seven days left if you want to pledge $99 and get a system and controller at launch. The affordable little console boasts a growing list of features like a Tegra 3 processor, support for OnLive, Read More »