Ouya, the maker of a low-cost Android-based gaming console of the same name, has been engaged in preliminary acquisition talks with multiple big players in China, as well as a few here in the U.S., according to several sources close to the situation. Sources said the talks are early, but that the company considers it Continue Reading →
OUYA’s “Free the Games” fund, which matches funds for any indie game on Kickstarter with at least $50,000 in funding (up to $1 million), is embroiled in backlash from the indie game developers it sought to court. After two Kickstarter projects tied to the initiative were found to be taking advantage of the promotion — Continue Reading →
The Ouya video game console was one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all-time, and the team behind the little Android box that could has set its sights on making its library of games even better. Ouya recently announced “Free the Games,” a $1 million fund that will match Kickstarter campaigns for future Ouya Continue Reading →
The OUYA was one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns of all-time. A new video game console for your TV, the OUYA is powered by Android and meant to be an open and hackable platform. With the campaign’s backers already getting their consoles and units set to hit store shelves in the near future, what’s Continue Reading →
Ouya is ready for its close-up. After a remarkably successful Kickstarter campaign that raised over $8 million last June, the startup will release its eponymous Ouya game console to retailers on June 4, it said on Thursday evening. The $99 box aims to disrupt the television gaming market the way that the iPhone upended the Continue Reading →
Custom Printed OUYA Case
OUYA, the Kickstarter-funded indie gaming console, has teamed up with Makerbot to release the 3D design files for the console’s case. With the template and specs for the device revealed, anyone with access to a 3D printer will be able to customize the $99 console. The files, which are packaged as the “OUYA MakerBot 3D Continue Reading →
The OUYA Android-based gaming console is getting ready for its debut: the stated beginning shipping date for Kickstarter backers is March 28. At launch, it sill isn’t clear exactly how many software titles the console will offer, but a new report suggests that at the very least, early backers will have emulators to play with Continue Reading →