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Submitted by travisefreese 1025d ago | opinion piece

The Good and Bad of Ouya’s New Console Every Year Plan

Earlier today Ouya's founder Julie Uhrman announced that there will be a new Ouya coming out every year after the console's big debut this June. Today announcement is surely going to change the future success of this console, and it’s sequels. But will it be a good change, or a bad one? (Dev, Industry, Ouya)

BlakeA  +   1025d ago
I can't see new yearly consoles being a viable option, especially with the open-endness of the Android platform.
Rando_Scribe  +   1025d ago
At $100 a year, I don't know if it would be that successful.
gamebynight  +   1025d ago
What's the point? The Ouya needs to try to stem the fragmentation of the Android market, not make it worse.
cmurdurr  +   1024d ago
Let's just see if the whole Ouya thing takes off before promising yearly installments, shall we?
PrimeLantern  +   1024d ago
Maybe every 2 years I could see it. After all, being only $99 helps with that but every year? I'm seriously thinking about not getting one now.

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