Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 1 May 2018.
Seems a bit pointless from what I've read so far - only capable of playing low demanding games like Minecraft and "other indie titles" as one publication listed it, plus the expected Atari retro classics.
We already have access to all these kind of games on everything from mobile/tablet, through to Pi-run emulators and such. Unless it's seriously cheap, they aren't gonna sell many, I predict.
Overpriced nvidia shield competitor from a company no one ever heard of that is wearing the flayed skin of Atari as a mask?
Just what the world has been waiting for.
Does it say "OUYA" if you peel the wood veneer off the front?
Nope. Ouya was ARM-based.
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