Entries in 'Ouya' (57)
Kellee Santiago will step down as Ouya's head of developer relations to join the Google Play Games team.
Indie developers who were part of Ouya’s Free the Games program will not be left out of pocket following the company’s acquisition by Razor.
Many developers who signed up to Ouya’s ‘Free the Games’ funding program fear that the companies buyout at the hands of Razer will result in owed money going unpaid.
Ouya’s software and user base will be merged into Razor’s Forge TV project.
Ouya founder Julie Uhrman has announced both the company’s acquisition at the hands of Razer and her departure.
It appears Ouya's investment bank Mesa Global has confirmed Razer's purchase of the microconsole maker.
PC hardware specialist Razer is reportedly “in the process” of acquiring Ouya.
The company behind micro-console Ouya is up for sale, according to a report citing a confidential email from CEO Julie Uhrman.
Watch out Microsoft and Sony, one of China’s biggest games companies will launch its first console in Europe in early 2016.
Microconsole maker Ouya has reportedly struck a $10m investment deal with Chinese internet firm Alibaba.
Developers utilizing Unreal Engine 4 can now make games specifically for Ouya, the microconsole company has announced.
The developers behind That Dragon, Cancer have launched a Kickstarter appeal to raise the funds required to finish work on the game.
A number of Chinese companies are in discussions over a possible acquisition of Ouya, according to reports.
Troubled microconsole Ouya is making a push for the Asian market through a new partnership with Xiaomi Inc, a Chinese smartphone manufactuer.
A new all-you-can-eat access service for Android console Ouya has caused consternation amongst developers.
Crowd-funded microconsole Ouya continues to attract new developers – around 1,000 a month according to CEO Julie Uhrman.
Ouya has launched its Playcast-powered cloud-based game streaming feature in beta this week, with Lego Batman 2 and Splinter Cell: Conviction now available to play on the service.
Towerfall is the Ouya’s best-selling game, but sales numbers paint a disappointing picture for the Android console.
While the effect of Amazon's new Fire TV on the general gaming market is still to be determined, the device appears to be in direct competition with similarly priced microconsoles. ...
The Ouya team has announced a couple of initiatives that it hopes will bring relevance to the struggling console.
Microconsole maker Ouya is reportedly readying a new service that will allow gamers to play titles on the Ouya Store through other means than just the platform's hardware.
Ouya has released an upgraded version of its Android-powered console, now available to purchase in North America.
Muffi Ghadiali, one of the founding members of Ouya, has left the company behind the crowd-funded microconsole.
MCV takes a look at the biggest releases and events that will affect the games industry in the next year.
So if games that review averagely continue to sell by the millions and plenty of critical hits continue to fall by the wayside, what does that tell us? That consumers ...