OUYA didn’t free the games, but the internet just might…
Gamers love to throw money at video games. Who knew?
Indie Developer Creates “That Dragon, Cancer” During Son’s Struggle With Disease, Documentary to Follow
Developer Ryan Green’s son battled terminal cancer until his death at the age of five. “That Dragon, Cancer” is a memorial to him.
Yep, they’re still making more of these Android-powered devices. I must admit, I like the new color option.
Ouya’s funding program has received substantial criticism since its debut, and Dungeons the Eye of Draconus may just be the scapegoat.
Other publishers don’t mind selling their games on iOS, Android, and elsewhere, so should Nintendo do the same thing?
The little console that could(n’t be cared about by me) has poked publishers with this passive piracy stance.
Thatgamecompany co-founder Kellee Santiago has hopped on board the Ouya team. Didn’t see that one coming.
The Ouya may have sounded like a long-shot when it was announced, but devkits are only weeks from shipping as the Kickstarter-funded console prepares for launch.
As the age of brick-and-mortar game stores passes, GameStop may be looking to diversify their selection.