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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing concept, slightly flawed design

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    When I initially heard of the concept of the Ouya, I was immediately impressed with the concept and for only $100 dollars it seemed like a worth-wild experiment. I could not have been more correct! With all the big name companies releasing thier newest consoles, the Ouya got very little mainstream attention. While no must-have games have yet to be released, with the exception of Castle Crashers, the little box proves itself to me a must have for any gamer. Why, you may ask? The emulators! All of your classic games right at your fingertips on a easy to use console interface. The only hiccup I had with the system was during the initial set up. For whatever reason the system had difficulty registering the controller. Once it did though, the system was great. For only $100 it's a unique experiment in the gaming world.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Budget Console, Emulator, and HTPC!

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    The OUYA is a small cube console that has the powerful VIDIA Tegra 3 Quad-Core Processor with 1GB of RAM. It is roughly as powerful as some of the better 7-Inch Tablets like the Google Nexus 7. The OUYA has it's own store front to purchase games that have been optimized to play on the OUYA in 1080p resolution, and with the included Bluetooth controller. You can't access the Android Store, as those games are designed around the touch screens of smart phones and tablets. It is possible to 'side load' android games onto the OUYA, but it takes a little bit of work, and most of those games don't have any settings to take advantage of the OUYA Controller. Don't worry if you have a older LCD TV, as mine (37" Vizio 1st Gen) only supports 720p and 1080i. The OUYA detected my TV and changed the output to 720p automatically. The video output is nice and crisp, and audio is also good to go. It sounds awesome pumped though my HDMI port on my reciever! A Credit/Debit card is required when you first activate your OUYA, as that's what's used to purchase games you want. Each game is free to try on OUYA, and all the games have various ways to try them out before you're required to purchase them. Some games only allow you to play the first level, some have a set time limit to try the game, and others have 'mini-transactions' where you can buy better stuff in the game to make it easier to play. Each Game also varies in cost from a few bucks to $20.00 or more. If you're going to get this for a child, I recommend that you use a prepaid credit card for the account so the kiddies don't rack up a bunch of purchases! The OUYA now also has VLC Media Player and XBMC (X-Box Media Center) for free, so using the included USB Port on the back of the console, you can watch your downloaded movies and tv shows in brillant 1080p! Grab a 32gb or 64gb USB 2.0 Stick and load up on shows to watch! This alone makes this console a cheap and low power consumption Home Theater PC! If you search YouTube, there are many helpful videos about Side Loading Android Store Games, other Android Programs, and Game Emulators to play classic games from many classic gaming consoles. PROS: - Outstanding Value at $100.00, includes console and a wireless BlueTooth Controller (worth $50.00 itself), making the console really only Fifty Bucks. They even include batteries for the Controller and a HDMI Cable that's kinda short, but gets the job done in a pinch! - Responsive BlueTooth Controller with a similar button layout to a X-Box Controller. The Back Upper Triggers are Digital, and the Back Lower Triggers are Analog (think brake and throttle controls with finite control possible). Also compatible with the Sony DualShock BlueTooth Controllers, so if you have those laying around you can also use them on your OUYA. The console supports up to four BlueTooth Controllers. - Included USB 2.0 Port on the back allows you to add a thumbdrive or portable hard drive to watch your favorite downloaded movies and tv shows. - Impressive Selection of games are now available for the system. There are some very polished games like DubWars, Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy 3 (remake with higher resolution graphics) and Vendetta Online (a MMO that only costs $1/Month that is actually a PC MMO Game that works flawlessly!). - Excellent Emulator System that can fun many Emulators from Atari 2600, all the way up to some of the more modern consoles! CONS: - Interface is similar to how you scroll though thumbnails like NetFlix or Hulu. It's somewhat clunky, but I'm sure that they'll improve it with time with firmware updates. (The controllers responsiveness has already been increased in a firmware update btw.) - Some Games are downright terrible, but with the 'try before you buy' business model of the OUYA, it would be harder to be burned by them. This is a Indy Developers Console, so there is going to be some lemons, and there's going to be some lemonade. This console is to allow the 'little guys' that can't afford to develop for the big console's somewhere to flex their gaming development muscles. - Credit Card Required to Activate Console. Some people are put off by this, mainly because they're worried about their kids racking up a bunch of charges buying games. I suggest using a pre-paid credit card to get around this issue, which will keep purchases in check. - USB 2.0 Slot can not (currently) be used to store games. You can watch movies and tv shows that you have download from your pc to a usb thumb drive to watch on your OUYA, but you currently can't store downloaded games on the USB stick. Hopefully a newer firmware update down the road addresses this issue, as the built in 8GB of Storage will quickly fill up. I currently have 52 Games on my OUYA, and it's about 50% full. Summary: If you're not interested in jumping on the multi-hundred dollar X-Box One and PS4 Wagon, can understand and appreciate lower end games for what they are, are looking for an inexpensive Emulator, looking for a cheap way to play movies and tv shows on your HDTV with a low powered HTPC, then look no further! Welcome to the Revolution! OUYA!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great product for the cost!

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    Most people do not realize that this is NOT just a gaming console. It is an Android device that is connected to your TV (Thus, a computer) You can load Games, applications, surf the web... Limitless. The issues area that there is no way of turning off system updates or that the device does not turn off and stay off. The tech support MUST be overwhelmed (If you have an advanced issue, you better search forums and Google. Tech support takes about 2 weeks to get back to you.) I also with that they had a TV remote as a controller (you currently have a "Gamer" controller. A bluetooth keyboard does not always work well). BUT for the $100 price tag - It's GREAT! Enjoy!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Better than Expected!

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    I got mine about 2 weeks ago (early backer) and last night I finally hooked it all up. I was afraid to hook it up earlier because of some of the early reviews that I had read. Consequently, I was so surprised to see that XBMC works really well at streaming 1080p files from my Windows SMB PC, and it also plays local 1080p files from a 2TB portable hard drive formatted in NTFS (it played back everything I threw at it). That alone has made my Ouya so worthwhile since it has now replaced my Raspberry Pi XBMC gadget because it runs faster and is much easier to work with! I was also able to install Sega Genesis, SNES, NeoGeo, N64, and PSX emulators onto my Ouya while reading the game files from that same portable hard drive. Everything works extremely well. The Ouya is also fast and some of the actual store games are pretty good too (already purchased a few of them). There are a bunch of guides on YouTube in case you get stuck on anything. There is also a parental or security card feature where I can enter a pin to prevent my children from unauthorized purchases (contrary to what one reviewer wrote). It was easy to setup and it works extremely well. I believe that Ouya's future is promising. They still need to work out some glitches and add some more apps and cool games. I believe that it will get there. But so far, so good! What is currently lacking: an easy way to sideload apps from a USB thumb drive or hard drive, more cool games, useful apps besides games, a whole new section for the apps that you've installed (i.e. call it "My Apps"), and price clearly indicated on the game info pages. All of this is doable. In short, I'm absolutely pleased with my purchase. I especially love my portable XBMC that I can now take with me on my trips or when I visit family.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Awesome, but not for everyone.

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    I love the idea of this little box, and I completely and wholeheartedly appreciate the intent of both the manufacturer and the Ouya community as a whole. But the emulators still are not intuitive and are a bit finicky, and the games available for this platform are a mixed bag in terms of features and capabilities. I beg you to read as many online reviews of this platform before buying. But if you want a system for playing casual games, this expandable and hackable little box can't be beAt for the price.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    XBMC Device

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    Pros: I have had this for a couple days now. I purchased this as HTPC type device to run XBMC. I have had many devices Original Boxee, ATV2, ATV3 (No Jail Break makes this a useless device I use DS Video Application via Airplay to stream to this), Roku, currently using Rev B Raspberry Pi (All Streaming from Synology 1512+). The Ouya with Quad Core and 1 Gig of RAM runs Aeon skin with no issues (the Cores fluctuate from low teens to 30% - 40%, memory at 50%). Also, the NES, SNES, NES64 Emulators all just work with no issues. I don't see the same complaints as some have said on the remote. While it isn't the most solid thing in the world, it just plain works with the emulators. I have also sync'd my PS3 remote with no issues; however, I did not go thru and re-map buttons with the emulators to make them work. The PS3 remote navigates main menus with no issues, waiting for the harmony ultimate base station to come out (August I think) to go with my Harmony Touch for this device and I will be set. Lastly, i have not heard the fan at all (it does get a little hot) Cons: No "Play Store" XBMC random crashes (this is XBMC issue not Ouya). Also, I only noticed the crashes while enabling certain features, i.e.. add ons and creating the initial file shares. Once it is up and running configured the crashes seem to have gone away. XBMC no hardware acceleration until Gotham release (1080P issues until this release) Side Note: I know what this device was advertised as; however, I would never purchase this as a gaming device to compete with PS3 or Xbox. As a small form factor XBMC device there are not many options with the specs this has in the $ range.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for what it's meant to be used for

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    First of all, don't expect a Playstation or Xbox. This is primarily for small, casual-type games more in the line of cell-phone type games. It has the potential to be a bit more if game dev's make things exclusively for the console, which you would think would eventually happen. It's tiny, doesn't take up much space so there's that as well. There's alot of games as of this writing, the quality is hit or miss though. All of them you can try before you buy them. Majority of games aren't more than 5 dollars, with exceptions for bigger ones If you like emulation programs this thing is definitely fantastic. The menu is simple, but can be laggy depending on how it feels like behaving. Sometimes for no reason at all it'll boot me back to the beginning screen. I'm sure firmware will solve most of these things. Storage may be a problem if you download tons of games. Right now as of this review there isn't an external storage option to play games off of. A usb stick will work in the console but you can't play games off of it. The controller is okay, but not that great. Some games it doesn't seem to work great and will delay what you press...I'm unsure if it's the controller or game sometimes. I give it 4 stars because of potential and price. If you don't mind waiting out growing pains and realize this thing isn't made to play Call of Duty games you'll be okay. If you play nothing but big AAA titles, you may as well not bother with it.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Cheap fun for party gaming

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    I Kickstarted Ouya and got my console early. The kids and I have been having a blast playing with it. Our favorite game right now is BombSquad (more info below). This console probably isn't for hardcore gamers. The graphics are very good but not state of the art. Most of the games are small, fun, and quirky. The best feature is that every game is free to try. So you can download it, play it, and delete it if you don't like it. One reviewer called it "the infinite garage sale," like finding an old Atari and a hundred cartridges in a shoebox for cheap. Sure, a lot of the games aren't great, but some are real gems, and the price is right! BombSquad, for instance, is a multiplayer game where up to eight(!) people can wrestle, run, and toss bombs at each other in a variety of games. Think Looney Tunes-style cartoon violence! The developer is a Pixar artist by day, so the game is loaded with animation, personality, and humor. You can use iPods or old Xbox and Playstation controllers for extra players. My kids and I haven't laughed so hard in a long time. And it only costs $5! The Ouya isn't perfect yet, but it gets better with every software update as the company irons out wrinkles. The hardware is surprisingly high quality, with nice weight and lots of brushed aluminum. We got a lot of miles out of our old Nintendo Wii and all the party games. When our Wii died, I ordered this as a low-cost replacement. It's great! Highly recommended for people who like to play games with friends or family.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    OUYA coming of it's own

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    This thing's been beat around like mad, without a valid reason. Fanboys wanted a $99 PS4 or XBOne, which is a total fantasy! Android can do so much, limited by titles and capabilities. OUYA was meant for the mid market, almost a replacement for Nintendo but with some serious bite. At first I wasn't totally thrilled, it was a smartphone in a cube with a controller. Many things didn't tie into it so some games and apps wouldn't work because you were missing controls, etc. Now that it's here and going a few months, it's great! Some stellar titles out and forthcoming, many Indie titles that MS basically gave the one-gun salute to on Live! found homes here. The costs are so low on the good games (10% of big console full retail) that you could buy an OUYA, a 2nd controller and overload it with titles and apps before you got to the basic price of a big console. And because it's Android, APPS. Many standard apps run on this thing easily, which is very nice. Bluetooth city - it pairs with keyboards, mice and more totally wireless so it's easy to use! Save the USB ports for the external drives and memory for present (and future BIG) expansion. I use the app for my a keyboard on my smartphone vs. the built-in one and it works like a charm, far easier. Top all this off with SMALL. The cube and a controller are so small you could easily put it in a backpack or small bag and take it anywhere. No tons of carts or discs, no heavy console. So it's great for weekenders and such for any age! Small enough on power consumption a simple AC converter and this is in your vehicle with a screen in no time. STREAMING MEDIA! Yep, does that too either sideloaded or with apps like XBMC now on their Store, you can stream stuff from most of the major services or play videos from memory cards, etc. - again, great for the car, keep the kids busy with some power on trips and more without breaking the bank! Small enough to pack away so thieves wouldn't see a juicy target like a larger console, yet you can pop it out in seconds and take it back home or into where you're going. Only needs an HDMI port on a TV in most hotels, skip that expensive stupid in-house system as well. Me? I've fallen in love with it. It's very versatile!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for Emulation

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    I bought the Ouya strictly for its emulation capabilities, and so far I have not been disappointed. There are emulators made for nearly every console up to the original playstation. The Ouya is a perfect way to get your hands on these old great games. The controller is my only complaint with the Ouya. The buttons are not 100% responsive, and they like to stick down occasionally. But with that said you can easily sync a Playstation 3 controller and all problems are solved. For only $100.00 it is a steal for how useful it is.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    evolving mini box o fun

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    wow loads of OUYA hate out there... OK...as of last update(I have a kickstarter unit) you do not need to enter your credit card info to continue...just to buy console is small and doesn't look bad, the controllers look nice too but feel just a bit off...not near as nice as Xbox 360 or PS3 controllers and I have used my xbox controller with the OUYA plenty o times I have had the unit get confused and switch up controller input while playing some co-op games...shortly after there was a mystery controller in slot one and the two controllers I had jumped to slots 2 and 3...later both controllers lost connection and I had to restart and repair the controllers...I have not had that issue again (it has only been about 12 days ) well first off I LOVE EMU and streaming videos don't hurt...that is where I am coming from...so as long as I got a hackable toy I was going to be happy. So number one has been NES and SNES EMU but that is not really an OUYA game...netflix, hulu, xbmc and plex work great too..but still not ouya games if you like playing with others you CAN'T go wrong with bombsquad, towerfall and You Don't Know Jack.....rush bros would be cool if it were optimize atm it can get VERY laggy and kill the fun (think it needs a few updates) like going solo ...I have been loving pinball, deep dungeons of doom, fists of awesome and saturday morning rpg - all for the old school feel....polarity, puddle, dub wars, bards tale and chrono blade demo(after a few more updates - it gets laggy when stuff hits the fan) are all fun too. I saw that shadowgun made it's way to the list so I will be playing that....and enjoying it now because FPS on my phone sucks BUM .... I am hoping to play all the stuff I struggled through on the phone/tab. I love the ignorance of the "OUYA is just a phone hooked up to the tv" argument ...well lets see...I don't leave my phone hook up to the tv all day so I can just pick up and play...I don't get calls/txt in the middle of a game on OUYA....AND the phone UI SUCKS NUTZ because my big thumbs take up important screen real estate...and my favorite bullet ~ well why exactly are peeps trying to hook up their phone/tabs too the tv in the first place....? BECAUSE IT IS BETTER!!!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    great little system for playing retro games

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    I bought this system only to play all my old favorites. With android supporting emulators for Nintendo 64, GameCube and super nintendo, I found it a great value. As we all know, buying the actual system these days can be rather cheap, but the games for them come at a high price. So with ouya I side load all my emulators and Roms and go to town. So if you're looking to re-experience all your old favorites this is a great system to get. But other than that, I don't really see much potential.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfectly Priced Console for Anyone!

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    I was an early Kickstarter backer for the Ouya. I have the limited edition console with 2 controllers. The controllers feel great in the hand, not bulky. The track pad on the center of the controller offers perfect response, so it's great to use when browsing on the web. I have over 30 games already installed, and have enjoyed each and every one of them. The graphics are very clean, high definition, and smooth. The wi-fi is good, but the integrated ethernet is the best choice to use. The user interface is simply, un-cluttered, and extremely user friendly. The more advanced menus are a bit trickier to navigate, but the casual user won't need to worry about these. The fact that the Ouya comes with an HDMI cable was great, perfect to set up immediately and start using. No need to run out and buy one if you forgot to. Con: The cooling system is not ideal. There are air intake in the bottom, but a very small fan itself inside the case to exhaust heat from the processor. The unit heats up (not drastic) after 30-60 minutes of play. I have placed a smaller fan system (jerry-rigged laptop cooling stand) below the unit that helps dramatically. Also, the controllers take up to a minute to sync (over bluetooth) each time turn on the system.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Overall Great Value

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    I bought the Ouya after reading countless reviews and accepting the bad and the good and decided to take a chance. I have been getting fed up with Xbox and Playstation for the last few years and the Ouya was a new fresh idea I wanted to get behind. So I would like to start with the bad and work my way up. The Ouya has some things that might turn console gamers away and I get that. It doesn't really spell things out for you, as an example, side loading an app is never explained to you fully and for console gamers this is a lot more work than anything involved on a typical console. The controller I received with the Ouya also needed some modifications to make it work properly as the buttons would stick under the faceplate. I fixed this pretty quickly with a drill and sand paper and I have read that people were getting replacement controllers from Ouya for this but I didn't want to wait to play it. The ability for anyone to make games for the Ouya is a double edged sword because as some games might be super innovative, clever and interesting you will get some games that are broken, redundant and lame. Now that I have the bad stuff out of the way let me tell you about the good. The Ouya has a great community of people, giving tips and information about different games, apps, and side loading. The ability to try out games before purchasing them is fantastic (I have bought a lot of junk on Xbox Live). I still haven't played all of the games I have wanted to yet because there really are a lot of games out for it now. The main reason I bought the Ouya was the ability to be an emulator and it has worked great so far. And this is huge if you consider that currently you can play any NES, SNES, PS1, Genesis, Atari, Arcade Cabinet.... there are more... I think the Dreamcast is in process of getting finalized. Literally thousands of games available to you if you take the time to figure it out. Another great feature is that almost any modern controller is usable on the Ouya (Xbox 360, PS3, Wii motes and more are all compatible). In conclusion I think that the Ouya isn't for everyone. If you are willing to put the time into figuring out what this little box has to offer you won't be disappointed. If you are wanting things to be set up perfectly and to not have to figure out how to do things, you might sit this one out. I love this box, I want it to succeed because I am tired of $60 games and big name publishers rehashing old ideas. The Ouya is full of fresh ideas & relatively inexpensive innovative games but could turn people away that aren't patient.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    ohh yea!

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    ok, the ouya is sweet! don't believe what you read in reviews that say it's terrible because it's not an xbox or ps4 or whatever, it's not supposed to be. thats not the point. it's an amazing vechicle for classic nintendo, super nintendo, n64, and tons of other games and consols that are available buy using emulators. check out youtube for some pretty awesome videos on where to download the games, and how to run them on your ouya. seriously though, it's pretty sweet! definitly a must for anyone who loves old school games!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice unit for younger crowd

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    I bought this for 2 reasons, first to test out as a gaming device, then to enjoy the hacking ability of the unit. Both are pretty good out of the box. The only drawback that I would suggest to the company is to allow the unit to be turned on remotely or from the included joystick. As it is, you have to turn it on from the power button each time.. Gameplay is smooth with very enjoyable titles along with a few so so.. but this unit is a beast when using as a media device.. quad core and plenty of ram for 1080p greatness!!

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Depends on what you want to use it for.

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    So, here we have one of my most used consoles in my home, the OUYA. Why the OUYA you might ask? Because I love old school games. I bought this system to play all the emulations that are out there on my big screen. Honestly, the games made for the OUYA are kinda eh, but I think it comes down to taste on that bit. Another warning, a lot of the N64 and PS emulations don't work very well, but if you're into older consoles than those, then this is an awesome purchase for a huge library of old school games.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Amazing console under $100

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    The device itself is really solid. It has a really powerful processor (Nvidia tegra 3) which is overclocked just for the Ouya. The processor features quad-core chip clocked at 1.6 GHZ with a 12 core graphics processor. It lacks GOOGLE PLAY STORE. Also 8GB of flash storage expandable via USB 2.0. This device is capable of full 1080p HD via HDMI port on the back. Design quality is really nice.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Ouya brings back the true essence of gaming.

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    I'm an extremely avid Ouya supporter, brace yourselves. Ever since the launch of the Kickstarter campaign, I've subscribed to every imaginable news source Ouya-related. I've seen tons of little Android sticks and gadgets out there that make similar claims (to bring mobile gaming to a television) and I've never been impressed. However, the Ouya took me by surprise. Major industry leaders are in charge of this thing, not just Pete and his buddy in his garage who make a mediocre product. My Ouya is extremely well made and the UI is polished and gets more and more polished every day. You are not buying a gimmicky gadget, you're buying a professional experience that is being sold by the big guys: Target, Amazon, Best Buy, etc. Now, to the gameplay! The most important thing I want to emphasize is that the Ouya provides GREAT games at a fraction of the price of newer games that are not nearly as entertaining to play. Sure, the Xbox One and the PS4 will have a trillion more polygons and can sense my pulse and what not, but I don't care about that anymore. I'm sick of running in FPS's with guns and murdering aliens or soldiers indefinitely. The Ouya brings back what I grew up on: great multiplayer games that I can play with my friends on my couch. I can't remember the last game I played that I truly enjoyed that wasn't online only or that had a sad excuse for a local multiplayer experience or that required another console or something heinous. The Ouya, as of right now, has several games that are great out of the box and it just came out! Thousands of developers are slaving away to bring more and more content to us and I'm EXCITED to be part of that. The Ouya is easy and cheap to develop for and the possibilities are endless. It's also important to mention how OPEN the Ouya is. I only had one Ouya controller, so I can just connect with my PS3 controller, no problem. Running out of space? Plug in your external hard drive or high-capacity flash drive to the USB port. I'm going to have all of my media running through this and an official Netflix/Hulu Plus/Amazon Prime, etc. app array is inevitable. Also, the emulation aspect of this console is great as well. I've played hours of SNES, NES, GBA, and N64, and I can jut drag and drop ROMs from my computer using AirDroid. Scared that your'e buying an Android phone in a box that will flop? Well, the console is going to update every year with better and faster hardware. A Tegra 3 isn't the hottest thing on the block, but it can do quite a bit. And we're not going to have to wait 5 years for a hardware bump, just one. So BUY one. Go sell your expensive consoles, buy 3 of these, hand them out, and be part of something EXCITING that brings back the innate FUN factor to games.

    I would recommend this to a friend
  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Be aware of what you are purchasing!

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    I'll make this pretty short. The Ouya is fantastic for low-graphics games. Anyone expecting call of duty on this thing is delusional. You have to pay $300 for something like that for a reason. The hardware of this system rivals most smartphones/tablets. Keep that in mind. The Ouya will be fantastic for streaming twitch.tv/youtube/netflix/etc, as well as games. I'd compare it to a Roku before I compare it to a console. Use it for streaming video as well as having some really fun games from SNES/N64 days.

    I would recommend this to a friend