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Ouya Now Available At Retailers

Posted on Tuesday, June 25 @ 07:46:17 PST by Keri_Honea



The Ouya, the Android-based game console born from a Kickstarter campaign, is now available for purchase at retailers.

In the US, the Ouya sells for $99 at Best Buy, GameStop, and Target. It is listed on Amazon, but it's already sold out, believe it or not. The current international retailers include Amazon Canada, Amazon UK, and Game.

Every Ouya purchase includes the console, a wireless controller, an HDMI cable, two AA batters, and a power adapter. If you need extra controllers, those are currently sold out on Amazon as well.

Every Ouya game has a free demo for users to try before buying. The console currently has 174 games available, according to its official website.

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