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Submitted by Pozzle 558d ago | opinion piece

The OUYA kind of sucks right now, and that’s okay

PA writes: Reading The Verge’s review of the OUYA hardware is an interesting exercise. The OUYA is a combination of the hardware that plays the games, and the software that allows us to download, pay for, and buy those games. The Verge isn’t very impressed with the OUYA experience right now, and I can hardly blame them, but I also don’t think their review tells the entire story.

I have an OUYA dev kit at home, and I’ve been playing with it for the past few days. The whole thing kind of sucks right now, but that’s okay. (Industry, Ouya)

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