I’ve never really liked consoles. Partly, it’s because of the expense- to get a system with four controllers is usually over 400$ once everything’s said an done…for what basically amounts to an inferior version of my computer. Then, I have to go out and buy games at sixty bucks a pop, physical ones. Honestly, as much fun as getting around a TV with the guys and playing a game is, I can’t put that much down for it. I was on Kickstarter the other day, and lo and behold, I found the answer to the issue of expensive consoles: the Ouya. It’s a console deliberately marketed as cheap, with a digital distribution. In fact, on the Kickstarter page, it even says that developers must offer some content as free; whether it’s a demo, or the whole game. They can choose to ask the player whether to subscribe, pay for in-game items, or for the full game depending on how they choose to release their games.