OUYA Console Gains OnLive Support

Posted by | July 27, 2012

OUYA is a visionary console system designed to download and play freeish games from indie developers, which earned its fame through an amazingly successful Kickstarter drive. OnLive is a streaming gaming service that can deliver high-powered gaming on demand without having to download gigs and gigs first. The two would make a wonderful combination, if OUYA was more than a soap bubble of promises and good wishes. USA Today has the story.

1 Comment so far
  1. Nelson Williams
    July 27, 2012 11:04 am

    The internet really wants this OUYA thing to be real, and they’ve buried the OUYA people in money to make it happen. Consoles aren’t simple, though, and the old guard of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo will certainly challenge anything that does get built with every patent they can throw at it.

    Still, gaining support from OnLive is a good move. Maybe a game-changer, if the OUYA folks can make their console real.

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