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Ouya hires free-to-play specialist

Ex-Jawfish creative director Tadhg Kelly signs on as microconsole expands availability to new countries, retail locations Tadhg Kelly is getting out of the mobile business. The former creative director of Jawfish Games posted an update on his What Games Are

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The Ouya console offers you Android gaming on your TV for a mere £100. But can it really compete with the big boys?

The Ouya project was a massive early success on crowd-funding site Kickstarter, raising $8.6 million in weeks from fans in a wave of enthusiasm so huge it briefly had me believing in it.  (…) This is great for people like

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Ouya beaten by phones in benchmark tests

Recent tests on the upcoming Ouya console suggest that it’s already lagging behind Android smartphones when it comes to technical capabilities. Futuremark rated 258 Android devices according to its 3DMark benchmark tests, and the Ouya appeared at 73 in terms

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Ouya sold out in hours for $99 on Amazon, GameStop: But is it about gaming?

Ouya, it went quick, it sold out within hours after it was launched on Amazon and it’s sold out at GameStop! The $99 Ouya Android game console’s cheap ticket price might fall under the old adage that you get what

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OUYA is Already Dead on Arrival

The early reviews of OUYA are out and they are not good.Engadget just mentioned OUYA’s lack of polish in their review butVerge gave OUYA an embarrassing 3.5 and said that it’s million miles away from something worth spending your money

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As the Ouya ships to backers, can a $99 console bring players and developers together?

(…) the tiny Ouya gaming machine has started shipping to its early Kickstarter backers. Set for a retail launch on June 4th, the Ouya promises to be a super-cheap, moddable game platform, combining the ease of mobile development with the

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‘Ouya’ Android Console gets $4million on Kickstarter

This week the meteoric rise of Kickstarter-started Android device Ouya has been the subject of some massive amounts of attention – today the doubts begin. It’s Craig Rothwell, part of the team that created the ill-fated open-source handheld gaming device

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