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Submitted by Komega 1023d ago | opinion piece

Apocalyptic Soapbox: Will OUYA Sink Or Swim

From Pixel Apocalypse...

"OUYA has problems. Big ones. As an idea for a home console, OUYA certainly offers up some interesting features we haven’t seen before in. But do the things it’s offering outweigh the things it lacks? That’s a big question that alot of people are asking right now.

The OUYA team, along with its leader Julie Uhrman, are dreaming big – and big things tend to fall harder. So is OUYA too different? Is it flying, naively, too close to the sun? We can’t say that for certain yet, but there are some things we do know. There are some certainties we can use to predict if the little fellah will make it through birth a normal, happy console, or something crippled and depressing." (Dev, Ouya, Tech)

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