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Submitted by Lavalamp 612d ago | review

Ouya Review | Polygon

Polygon: "Whether or not its first-mover advantage is any benefit in the long run remains unknown; both Apple and Google are circling the same waters, either of whom could make short work of the nascent Ouya. For now, it's an interesting sideshow to this year's next-gen main event, and the first of many "mobile-powered" consoles to vie for a spot near your television. As a cheap, streamlined way of letting me play around with a boatload of games, the Ouya has some value. But it isn't currently poised to change the industry landscape in a meaningful way." (Android, Ouya) 5/10

mewhy32  +   611d ago
I would really like to see this take off and be successful.

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