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Submitted by GoldenElf 688d ago | news

Ouya Unlikely to Support Console Quality Video Games

Tynan Muddle at Aussie-Gamer.com writes: "When the upcoming Android-powered console Ouya hits the market, we may not be seeing full version console games on the system."

Rock Pocket Games told Aussie-Gamer.com in an upcoming interview that the Ouya console may lack the power required to run their upcoming title, Oliver & Spike: Dimension Jumpers. Their solution is to consider releasing the mobile version of the game on Ouya." (Android, Ouya)

Godchild1020  +   688d ago
Who really thought this would have console quality titles? I was expecting Mobile phone quality titles.
ironfist92  +   688d ago
Not to say its a bad thing, It might have the same quality as some steam games
KwietStorm  +   688d ago
Who knew?........
karlowma  +   688d ago
In other news, the sky is blue and the princess is in another castle.
Rockefellow  +   688d ago
I interviewed several people behind Ouya. Any direct question about the system's power, support, etc. was met with runaround answers or typical public relations BS. A couple months later I contacted them again, and received almost hostile replies to similar questions.

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