Entries in 'Ouya' (56)
A limited edition all-white Ouya is in the works and will be available ahead of the new year, makers of the microconsole have announced.
The Ouya catalogue has officially surpassed 500 game releases, company CEO Julie Uhrman has announced.
Android-powered microconsole Ouya's second iteration will arrive sometime in 2014.
Former Jawfish creative director Tadhg Kelly has announced his appointment with Ouya.
Ouya has kicked off a closed beta period to test external storage device support for the $99 Android-based microconsole.
Android console Ouya is to become available in a host of additional European markets.
Controversial American football title Gridiron Thunder is no longer an Ouya exclusive.
The controversial Free the Games Fund program from Ouya has undergone an overhaul in response to fierce criticism from the development community.
Potential Ouya game Dungeons the Eye of Draconus has been unceremoniously booted from Ouya’s Free The Games Fund program following suspicious activity on Kickstarter.
Controversial Ouya title Gridiron Thunder will be released on September 30th, its developer has claimed.
Indie developer Sophie Houlden has withdrawn her game Rose and Time from Ouya’s digital marketplace.
Julie Uhrman has fought back against the critics who have attacked Ouya’s Free the Games Fund.
Crowdfunding site Kickstarter has suspended Ouya exclusive Elementary, My Dear Holmes.
Sony surprised the industry with the reveal of PS Vita TV this morning, but what does the device say about the company’s forward thinking?
A new Kickstarter project wants to bring some of the Wii U’s key functionality to owners of rival systems.
Xbox co-creator Ed Fries has spoken out against those quick to oppose the Ouya, stating that critics are in no position to determine whether the console has succeeded or failed ...
The first two titles to qualify for Ouya’s Kickstarter funding promotion have been greenlit – although controversy has since enveloped one of the games.
Telltale’s hit graphic adventure series The Walking Dead is coming to Ouya, the developer has announced.
An ad that was posted on Ouya’s official YouTube channel has certainly succeeded in catching the attention.
Daring indie title That Dragon, Cancer has been confirmed as being an exclusive for Ouya.
Former Ouya exclusive Polarity is gearing up for a release on PC.
Owners of Android console Ouya have each been handed the princely sum of $13.37 to spend on the console’s store.
Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has revealed that more than a quarter of gamers that bought the Android console have also purchased games.
A number of new devs have revealed the sales numbers for their Ouya games and the reaction can best be described as mixed.
A trio of devs behind some of the more recognisable games on Ouya have revealed their sales figures.