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Submitted by Prcko 950d ago | review

Joystiq: Ouya Review

If nothing else, the incredible success of the Ouya Kickstarter proved that people were ready for something different. Some believed in a different form of console development, one free from the reigns of big publishers. Others wanted a different kind of console, one that let you try every game for free. Others liked Ouya for its different, open philosophy, one that would allow them to emulate their old games or simply turn the box into a media hub. (Android, Ouya) -

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