Entries in 'Ouya' (69)
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.
OnLive has confirmed it will launch its streaming games service on the much talked about Ouya Android games console.
Ouya won’t be much bigger than a Rubik’s cube, according to its designer Yves Béhar
They say it’s software that sells a console – so news of some exclusive game content for Ouya will give the upstart a huge boost.
This week down under, MCV speaks to THQ about marketing Darksiders II, developers respond to Ouya and we interview Peter Molyneux.
Headline-hitting console upstart Ouya has become the most successful Kickstarter of all time.
High-profile console startup Ouya has once again denied that it is seeking funding from venture capitalists in conjunction with its Kickstarter campaign.
It’s only $45,000 off the magic $5,000,000 mark, but the questions hanging over the Ouya console project are only getting bigger.
The $4,876,890 of money raised from Kickstarter is just the start of the funding goals for console upstart Ouya.
Console newcomer Ouya is possibly just hours away from passing the $4,000,000 funding mark on Kickstarter.
A proposed $99 console built on Google's Android operating system has hit its $950,000 fund-raising target in just eight hours on crowd-funding site Kickstarter.
A number of high-profile backers have put their names to a new startup that intends to deliver a $99 Android-based console.