This Android-operated microconsole has gotten its entire library of hundreds of games opened up for a very low price.

Ouya, Inc. has announced that its microconsole, the Ouya, has opened the floodgates and is allowing its users to download every single playable game it has to offer for an annual price. The Ouya was released in 2013 after a successful $8.5 million Kickstarter campaign funded its development in 2012. Each Ouya can be used as a developmental kit without the need to pay for licensing fee, and its entire library already has already had some sort of free-to-play/demo aspect.

While the Android-powered microconsole is only $99.99 and you can now get its entire library of 800 titles for only $59.99,  this could be what inspires those on the wall about the Ouya to get one. You can check out the list of the Ouya's 800+ titles on its official website. With games like Towerfall, Doom, Shadowgun, Another World, Broken Age, Sonic the Hedgehog 4, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Sonic CD, Final Fantasy III, Reaper and a variety of emulator programs, we definitely suggest this deal if you're an Ouya owner.

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