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Robert Bowling Backs Ouya With First Platform Exclusive

Posted on Friday, July 20 @ 15:59:58 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

If you dismissed Ouya—the new Android console coming out March 2013—when it was announced earlier in the month, you might want to reconsider.

Ouya has declared its first exclusive game and it's nothing to scoff at. It will come in the form of episodic prequel content for Human Element, the game that Robert Bowling has begun working on after leaving Call of Duty behind him.

As a matter of fact, Robert Bowling is so stoked about Ouya that he has already donated $10,000 toward the project and was featured in a video on Ouya's kickstarter page. In the video he emphasizes how important the prequel content is toward the Human Element timeline where the core game takes place 35 years after an event that the title is themed after. See for yourself:


The bad part about this for Ouya fans is Human Element isn't scheduled to release until sometime in 2015, and that's if we're lucky enough to survive past 2012.
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