Forbes - I truly hate to keep bagging on it, but I’m just not a fan of Ouya. The bloody thing was supposed to be my indie-heaven hero. Instead, it keeps letting me down.
It does, however, host several fantastic games.
I’ve said this several times, but the smaller-scale nature of Ouya’s catalog pretty much eliminates the possibility of a single, console-selling killer app. It needs an array of outstanding titles — a killer set, if you will — that it can heavily promote as the quintessential, must-play Ouya experience. Yes, you can get Final Fantasy III, You Don’t Know Jack, and The Bard’s Tale on Ouya, but it’s an indie platform, and indie games sell Ouya better than anything else in its arsenal.