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Castlevania creator’s Bloodstained now most funded Kickstarter game

Castlevania creator’s Bloodstained now most funded Kickstarter game

Nostalgia can be a pretty strong emotion. And profitable too, as some game developers on Kickstarter have discovered. Although the crowdfunding platform has seen many a new game or idea come to life, most of the most successfully funded games on its list happen to have strong ties to the past. Like Bloodstained, which come from the mind of Koji Igarashi of Castlevania fame, which is close to reaching $4.5 million with less than 24 hours to spare, making it the top funded computer game so far in Kickstarter history.

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Ouya’s salvation might come from Razer

Ouya’s salvation might come from Razer

Ouya's quest for survival might be close to an end, for better or for worse. The once darling of the Android gaming and Kickstarter communities has, for months, been rumored to be looking for potential partners, investors, or, when all else fails, buyers. Although it has been successful to some extent, the story was far from over. Now that chapter might soon be ending, with sources familiar to the matter claiming that gaming device and accessory maker Razer are in talks on how to buy Ouya out of its predicament.

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Alibaba to invest in OUYA to bring games to set-top boxes

Alibaba to invest in OUYA to bring games to set-top boxes

Seems like it's an investment run this week. After the rumored Microsoft investment in Cyanogen, Inc., another startup is getting an infusion of cash from a giant. This time, that startup is former crowdfunding darling OUYA and the giant is Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba. Word on the street is that Alibaba is investing around $10 million in OUYA with the goal of putting OUYA's catalog of Android games inside Alibaba's set-top boxes for the Chinese market.

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OUYA “Chickcharney” update focuses on user-made content

OUYA “Chickcharney” update focuses on user-made content

OUYA is not dead. And to prove that claim, the startup has just announced it's latest update that brings a couple of new features to the console and the OUYA gaming ecosystem as a whole. Taking center stage in this update is a focus on user-made content and mods, opening the door for more replayability in mobile games. Plus, it is finally possible to bundle games in promos and sales, just in time for the holiday countdown. Of course there are also bugfixes here and there plus the traditional new paint job for the user interface.

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Mad Catz MOJO gaming console rolls with OUYA and 4K

Mad Catz MOJO gaming console rolls with OUYA and 4K

As promised earlier this year, Mad Catz MOJO gaming console has been updated to include the OUYA gaming environment. This essentially means you can now download and open the OUYA app, gaining access to their wide variety of odd games developed specifically for their console. The OUYA gaming environment has been opened by the OUYA team in order to gain greater acceptance of the platform and their own OUYA hardware, a system very similar to the Mad Catz MOJO.

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Android TV coming to Google I/O, for real this time

Android TV coming to Google I/O, for real this time

Gaming is suggested to be the center of attention this year at Google’s presentation of Android TV. Where in past years, Google TV kept Android’s focus - since 2010, as it were - this year it’s tipped from within that Android TV will finally appear in full. With a user interface codenamed "Pano", this UI will take Google to your big screen - again.

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Neil Young’s PonoPlayer now 3rd-best KickStarter ever

Neil Young’s PonoPlayer now 3rd-best KickStarter ever

We have been talking about the PonoPlayer since 2012, and in this two-year span we have got to know just about everything about the player, save the tech-specs. The brainchild of musician Neil Young, the player has gone on to become the third-highest grosser in Kickstarter history, lagging behind the Pebble smartwatch and the OUYA video game console. The campaign managed to raise $6,225,354 to be precise.

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OUYA set to showcase 12 new games at GDC 2014

OUYA set to showcase 12 new games at GDC 2014

This year's Game Developers Conference is almost upon us and, as expected, we're receiving news and teasers about what to expect. For this year, the OUYA team has prepared to demo 12 titles for its popular Android gaming console of the same name, including Kickstarter poster child "Broken Age" and OUYA exclusive "That Dragon, Cancer".

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