The Android-based microconsole already has over 500 confirmed games. Developers confirmed each title on the list. Info on each game included.
I was just going to say the same thing. smh
Lets not forget all games will be free to try.
"Over 500 Confirmed Games List for OUYA." ... and i'm going to buy and play every single one of them. /s I guess most (or all) of them are free. Most likely over 500 of those confirmed games are crap.
What are your thoughts on the 25 free apps and games that were listed on n4g yesterday that are available for the Vita on Sony's mobile store? Anyway, this console is being too easily dismissed. The masses are familiar with what it offers and are use to having large numbers of apps and games to browse. On another note, it will probably support any media format and allow you to use chrome to browse the web on your tv. Given they plan to release a new model every year by this time next year it could pack a tegra 4 GPU and that is a powerhouse. How long do you think it will be before the Vita supports the h.265 video format? Yes there is likely to be a lot of shovelware available day one but there will also be a lot of fun for a fraction of the price of a regular console.
And not a single one I want to play.
Come on people, Ya'll haven't even seen anything yet, already so negative. Or maybe sharing some of that insider info? seriously.
If someone is coming into the console industry, they should not be coming into it with phone games. People already have tablets and phones for these. Steam box will be what gets people excited because the industry will benefit.
Lol its running on phone hardware and software WHAT DO YOU WANT....
Well it is Tegra 3 based so there is really only so much they could do with it. PS2/Xbox era is the max potential it could have with games with maybe a little more GPU power than PS2/Xbox, but not a whole lot. As Tegra 3 is roughly 12 Gigaflops. Almost matching the Wii's 20 Gigaflops.
DeadlyFire Huh, I was thinking the console will be a Giga-Flop all together, if you catch my meaning.
How do you know they are coming in with hone games?
ouya has gta 5 as an exclusive/s but...what if...
not a single cellphone game i want to play on my TV.. I dont see the point in this thing outside of casuals
Was just going to say the same thing.. On top of that its looking like by the time this thing launches its gonna be last gen Tegra as the new Tegra 4 chips should be out in the wild for a number of devices.
FTL, The Walking Dead, Journey, FEZ, Xenoblade Chronicles, Mark of the Ninja....all came out and were hugely successful last year - nominated for GOTY in various categories on various sites - all could be done on an iPhone or Android. Hardware != good games.
And its those casuals that are needed to help bolster the Vita. Its those casuals that help bolster console sales in the years that follow its launch. Now those casuals have an offering they are immediately familiar with. Yeah, Sony and MS won't even be watching this.
Not my problem.. I couldnt care less what those casuals do with their money.. It might take a small chunk of sales away from the big 3 but nothing major
And all of them are crappy cellphone apps that will look worse on full sized screen.
All garbage iOS/Android ports. This thing is seriously a joke and will have the same fate as Onlive.
Personally I hope it's successful, if only to offer nothing more than a cheap open source platform for indie devs or first time devs to cut their teeth and make a name for themselves. For low income families this could be a great option to get gaming into their living rooms. But hey, lets just bitch about it instead.
Low income doesn't mean stupid idiots that want people trash items. Low income families would be better served by saving up an extra $100 and getting a 360. Also, this thing almost certainly requires an internet connection so those fictional dirt poor low income families you are thinking of would not have internet. If they did have an internet connection, it would also mean they have a computer and they would be better served playing computer games.
Dude, it's like the Ouya killed your father or something.
Can't wait to check them out. Some will be crap - no doubt. But I anticipate some great games as well. Indie devs are the innovators - not the AAA game makers. AAA guys just sell you the same game over and over again with slightly better graphics and new levels - no thanks.
Damn that is a lot of games and I found HUMAN ELEMENT which I have been saying is a prequel and the other version is coming out for the wii u,ps4,720 in 2015
Why the hate? It's a different kind of console, not a rival to Playstation and Xbox.
That's what I think as well. I just think its cool how this idea Cameron fruition though Kickstarter. Also, who is to say the Ouya won't have some cool games? They'll be cheap, right?
DUAL STICK SUSHI!!!!
I'm getting it so I can play emulators. It's pay $100 for this or much more for a Android tablet. I could use my computer for them, but meh.
Bro you can play emulators on you computer for free and if you hook up a hdmi to dvi cable or just a hdmi cable you can play all those emulated games on your tv. Just so you know, they do make those types of cables wireless too.
So...I'm NOT getting Minecraft: Pocket Edition on my tv? Thanks for that. -_- I wanted to transfer my pocket edition world from my phone to a big screen. *sigh*
500 games and only 1 that is worthwhile. That is the Megaman X game and that is almost certainly on other system. What a sad joke.
I don't see why every one on here is so negative about something so cheap. One of the best and unique games I've played this gen has been Journey. You better believe they can make something like Journey on this machine. Yes, it has a Tegra 3, but there is a lot of potential for innovation when development is cheap and they aren't worried about purely graphics. I think it could be fun to have one sitting next to my PS4, that's why I was apart of the kickstarter.
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