The Ouya, it turns out, is really small


The Android-powered, Kickstarter-funded $99 console is, apparently, very small. Images released Tuesday morning put context to the pictures of the console and its controller that we’ve seen already. The console is super, super small. Like a baby GameCube. All it needs is a big goofy handle and we’re all set on that comparison. Anyway, the Ouya is also getting a media player courtesy of XBMC, and international radio fans will be able to tune in via… TuneIn, described as “a free service that lets people listen to the world’s music, sports, and news from wherever they are.” Read the full story at Joystiq.

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