Ouya will be putting out a limited edition version of its Android gaming console and controller in time for Christmas this year.
Anyone who has studied Nintendo history knows that Donkey Kong was deeply inspired by King Kong. But what if Nintendo wasn’t inspired by the classic story of a giant rampaging ape? What if they were inspired by other classic movies? What if, instead of an Italian plumber, we controlled Mark Hamill or Arnold Schwarzenegger in these classic 2D platforming levels? Bruno R. Marcos’s newest game, Donkey Me, is here to answer that question.
While the Ouya had a lot of buzz surrounding its launch last month, there hasn't been much to say of the console since it arrived. Sure, there is a growing game library, but the free-to-play model isn't exactly working in the developer's favor just yet.
Below you’ll find our list of the 10 Best Ouya Games. So far. It is only a matter of time before some clever developers unseat these great games with even better ones. The Ouya is poised to either soar to the heights of gaming revolution or come spiraling down, out of control, to cash into a fiery heap to be forgotten or relegated to the pile of interesting experiments. (The Virtual Boy comes to mind.) Whatever it may
While many Kickstarter backers are still awaiting their early Ouya consoles, the Android system was still on track for an early June release at retail. On Wedensday, Ouya pushed the retail launch of the console to June 25th.
Now, this may not seem like that big of a deal, but the newest update to the Ouya's firmware fixes a few bugs in its billing system. You can now swap out your credit card information.