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Ouya has been officially acquired by Razer

Ouya was a Kickstarter darling back in 2012, raising over $8 million during their funding period, but when the Android based micro console became a reality it never made the splash that people were expecting. Now it looks like Ouya's…

Ouya inks deal with Xiaomi to bring catalog of games to China

Android gaming platform Ouya hasn't captured the US gaming market quite like it had anticipated. That's one of the reasons why they've inked a deal with Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi to bring their catalog of games to living rooms overseas. …

Ouya: $99, Android-based Gaming Console Reviewed

The Ouya doesn't promise a brilliant future. It sells at $99 using a less than top-level Tegra 3 quad-core processor. As an Android device, it signals that it'll probably be displaced by a better iteration as chip prices go down. Ouya execs have said as much. There's no 10 year lifecycle on Ouya 1.0.

You get the Ouya for the now. You get it for the summer of 2013 and the fall. You get this to wedge it in the gaps of your gaming life. There are some good games, but not many, and they're hard to discover. The Ouya is a fascinating experiment and can be fun for those for whom $99 isn't much to plunk down.