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Submitted by CintaMati 621d ago | news

Is It Possible OUYA Will Evolve?

Reason added magnet, because some cases override the backers who received the package with the state of the battery OUYA easily dislodged. The second step is to be revised in terms of interface. The new interface will be implementing the system user-friendly, the goal is nothing but to make it easier for players to install the game to the console. (Android, Ouya)

Rockefellow  +   621d ago
It'll evolve, all right. Not only will the retail release this summer be a much-more improved version of the faulty ones that early backers paid tons of money to secure, the company's head herself has stated her intention of yearly hardware releases.

The Ouya is turning into quite an embarrassment, if you ask me. I was intrigued back when the console became a huge success, and even did an interview with Julie Uhrman, but it's slowly coming across as some sort of scheme, and obviously a far cry from the revolution promised back when all eyes were on the Kickstarter.

I really do feel sorry for early investors. I know I'd be disappointed, had I plunged in (as I considered many times). Thankfully, I didn't.

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