After being purchased by Razer, it has been revealed that the microconsole makers at Ouya, Inc. still owe quite a bit to independent developers.
The high-performance gaming hardware company, Razer, has acquired Ouya, Inc., which includes its preexisting software, studios and technology.
Despite being one of Kickstarter's greatest video game-related success stories, Ouya is putting itself up for sale to reduce its overwhelming debt.
The point and click title That Dragon, Cancer has been funded, and will hit you with all of the feels when it arrives.
The Android-running Ouya platform is heading overseas to help cash-in on the expanding market of Chinese video gaming, but in a slightly different set-top box.
This Android-operated microconsole has gotten its entire library of hundreds of games opened up for a very low price.
To celebrate its one-year anniversary, Ouya has dropped the price on seven of its games.
This open world zombie survival title is heading for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One and has dumped its Ouya counterpart along the way.
Ouya's free-to-try feature will be made optional in April, giving developers more flexibility when it comes to making games.
The little box has big plans as Ouya gears up for its 'Ouya Everywhere' initiative, which seeks to bring Ouya games to TVs that aren't connected to Ouyas.