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Submitted by WeskerChildReborned 1309d ago | article

Android-Powered Ouya Isn't Without Its Share of Problems

It’s not a secret that gamers are pining for new hardware. Whether that’s next-gen consoles or new handhelds, it doesn’t really matter, they just want something new to play games on. That seems to be where the fervor directed at Ouya comes into play. (Industry, Ouya, Tech)

JBSleek  +   1309d ago
Well what product isnt?
hitenmitenritenshite   1309d ago | Spam
Psychonaughty  +   1309d ago
I personally won't buy it as it uses Android and Google is a part of the problem that ouya is trying to address. If it used a community driven os like linux or ubuntu I would be much more interested.

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