Entries in 'Ouya' (36)
The Ouya team has announced it will hold a public event during E3, right down the road from the LA Convention Center.
A further $15m has been poured into Ouya, the Andoid console originally crowd-funded by Kickstarter.
Crowd-funded Android console Ouya will not launch at the beginning of June, as was originally planned.
Kickstarter-funded Android console Ouya has signed 10,000 developers worldwide.
The tech housed in the upcoming Android console Ouya lags significantly behind many other modern Andorid devices.
When it comes to Ouya, much of the excitement has focused on the physical box itself: a cheap £99 Android console made famous on Kickstarter.
Problems with Ouya units sent out to early backers will be eased come the official launch in June, the company has insisted.
The Android-based Ouya console launches in the UK on June 4th.
Upcoming Android console Ouya will be available to buy from GAME.
Upcoming Android console Ouya will likely have SNES and NES emulators ready for day one, reports claim.
Ouya consoles will be shipped out to Kickstarter backers later this month, but key online functions will not be enabled until the end of the year.
Thatgamecompany co-founder Kellee Santiago has joined Android console firm Ouya as its head of developer relations.
Ouya’s approval process for submitted games will begin later this month.
Ouya will look to follow the way of smart phones and tablets, with plans to launch annual iterations of the Android-based console.
Ouya will be the only console to offer Tim Schafer's record-breaking Kickstarter title, Double Fine Adventure.
The Kickstarter-funded Ouya console will head to retail this June.
Ouya. Project Shield. GameStick. These headline-grabbing devices lead the wave of new Android-based consoles due this year.
Casual games firm PlayJam has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new console that plugs directly into a TV’s HDMI slot.
Ouya will meet its first major post-Kickstarter deadline, with developer kits officially scheduled to start shipping before the end of the month.
Android-based console of the people Ouya has completed its prototyping phase and now embarks on engineering verification.
Julie Uhrman, the CEO of Ouya, has told MCV that her company feels a burden of responsibility to deliver on all of its promises for its thousands of backers.
Having embarked on its Kickstarter journey with a lofty target of $950k, Ouya Kickstarter dream has reached a spectacular conclusion.
Ouya’s Kickstarter has surpassed the $6m mark entering the homestretch, and the creators aren’t about to let it finish with a whisper.
Console newcomer Ouya is getting perilously close to hitting the $6m figure on crowd-funding portal Kickstarter.
Square Enix’s Android remake of Final Fantasy III is coming to crowdfunded console Ouya.