Is Ouya a legitimate choice for a next gen console?
cuetip 1 year ago
This is that rare and wonderful time that occurs once, maybe twice a decade - all the major home consoles are moving to the next generation. But then there is Ouya. It costs literally hundreds of dollars less than the next least expensive option, Wii U, and has a compelling story of coming to market to boot. Now that it has finally been released, can it really compete with the Big Three - Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo? How good - or not - is it?
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