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Submitted by Scissorman82 553d ago | opinion piece

Kneel Before Your Android-Based Consoles

Bryan Le writes, "When OUYA was first revealed, it sort of blew everyone's mind. Raising nearly 10x the amount of its fundraising goal, the tiny portable-that-could raised roughly $8.6 million, proving to everyone that the OUYA's existence was very real, and that it had the potential to be more than just a niche, hobby gadget for open-source enthusiasts to tinker with. Could it just be that maybe, just maybe, a new challenger would emerge to compete with the likes of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo? In a market dominated by three well-established brands, could there be room for a fourth…maybe even more?" (Dev, GameStick, Industry, Next-Gen, Nvidia Shield, Ouya, Steam Box)

Mathew9R   553d ago | Spam
TheRobotHunter  +   547d ago
I'm just wondering if their markets will be flooded with free crapware. Has there been any interesting games that started life on Android systems?

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