Ouya has revealed that they have plans for a new payment option for their games, an all-in subscription plan.
Razer’s acquisition of the Ouya software assets sounds promising, as it’s set to bolster Razer’s own Forge TV micro-console. They’re planning to migrate current Ouya … Read moreRazer Offers to Save Dying Ouya Projects? Sort of.
That Dragon, Cancer has launched an official Kickstarter. The game was originally planned as a complete Ouya exclusive, but will now also be available on … Read moreThat Dragon, Cancer Launches Kickstarter
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The Ouya has had a hard time over the past year. Originally designed to “set games free” the console was met with lukewarm reviews and poor sales. The team behind it are still pushing onwards however and there is certainly a small but enthusiastic community behind it.
One fan of the Ouya has gone so far as to create a portable version of the console with some help from his friends and a 3D printer. Not only is this an impressive feat but would the Ouya seem a more attractive console if it was portable?
Ouya seems to have had to do a lot of scaling back on their original design documents, and now we see more sweeping changes from the fledgling platform company. Ouya is now freeing up game design requirements to make it easier for indies to sign up and make games for them.
Ouya games are no longer required to have a free to play component. Subsequently, developers can now release their games on Ouya and PC at the same time. These changes do not lead to any money changing hands, and could be argued to not have cost Ouya anything.
At the Game Developers Conference, the Ouya will be demoing some brand new games for gamers to try out, including Neverending Nightmare by Infinitap Games and Double Fine’s Broken Age.
An Ouya spokesperson said: “Everything from twitch, couch-gaming multiplayer to experiential projects that push the boundaries between games and art” would be represented by the 12 Ouya games.
Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has gone on record that they have plans to make Ouya a platform available on other devices.
It’s not the brand new Ouya yet but it’s getting there. Ouya announced that they will be releasing a new version of their microconsole, boasting 16 GB and an improved controller.
Publisher Square Enix has announced its support for the Android-based Ouya console. The console is due to launch in March 2013, with classic RPG Final … Read moreSquare Enix supports Ouya, Final Fantasy 3 confirmed
The recently revealed Ouya console received another boost today with news that OnLive will be offering content through the new console when it launches next … Read moreOnLive joins forces with Ouya
The Kickstarter-assisted console project ‘Ouya’ has revealed a first exclusive game for the yet-to-be-released platform, in the shape of a prequel to Robotoki’s Human Element. … Read moreOuya console announces its first exclusive game
Unless your head has been buried under the sand for the past few days, you have no doubt heard of Ouya by now. This little … Read moreWhat can we really expect from Ouya?
There could be a new entry in the console market in 2013. A Kickstarter-funded project to raise $950,000 USD for a console based on the Android operating … Read moreAndroid-based ‘Ouya’ console secures Kickstarter funding