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Submitted by geeniusgee602 595d ago | article

What is the OUYA? Believe the hype.

So you may have heard of it, you might not. But what is the OUYA?

The OUYA is a new open source console, reportedly stated for release on June 4th 2013. Open source means that the console will allow any developers, big or small, to make games and apps for it. Developers kits are free and come with every console and enable the user to develop games and apps without the need for licensing fees, however all games will be required to have some kind of free-to-play aspect. (Android, Casual games, Dev, Ouya, Tech)

Credit url: geekgamerz.com
Mustang300C2012  +   594d ago
Never believed the hype since the kick starter.
BrianC6234  +   594d ago
Believe the hype? No thanks.
kneon  +   594d ago
There was hype?
stage88  +   594d ago
I'm hyped.

1. Xbmc
2. Emulators

This thing is gonna be great for those two reasons.
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