Andrew O. of GAMElitist.com - "I ask the question because we don’t know a whole hell of a lot about the console yet. We know what they claim the specs to be, but who knows if that will change, though it’s not likely."
At this early of a stage, you probably won't see a working Prototype until later on this year if you're lucky. You most likely won't see the final product until January around CES time. One of the many problems I see with Ouya is its internal storage. 8gb is nice but with some games needing additional 200mb-1gb, that data can run out quick. Ouya at the end of the day is nothing more than a niche product. It won't appeal to everyone.
I agree. My phone does almost everything that a OUYA will and it even has more storage.
don't think so, look at this http://www.android-ouya.com...
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