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OUYA Everywhere puts platform on Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console

OUYA Everywhere puts platform on Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console

Kickstarter success OUYA has made the jump from product to platform, with a deal that will put the open-source console's software on the new Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console. Part of the startups' new OUYA Everywhere initiative, announced earlier this week, the agreement will mean all of the games and content that developers have released for OUYA will be available on the M.O.J.O. Micro-Console later this spring, along with a price cut.

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OUYA Everywhere initiative unshackles platform

OUYA Everywhere initiative unshackles platform

Ouya's Founder and CEO Julie Uhrman recently spoke to the folks at Slashdot, talking about the company's Ouya Everywhere initiative, which will be officially announced later this week. During the talks, she revealed some details about the "Everywhere" aspect of the initiative, as well what the company has already sealed.

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OUYA has improved its native controller, but the packaging doesn’t show it

OUYA has improved its native controller, but the packaging doesn’t show it

The iterative, annualized OUYA video game console has fixed the longstanding latency problem with its native controller and made a few subtle but important physical changes to it, reports Polygon. The controller, which was released with OUYA 1.0 in April, had been slow to respond and didn't feel quite right, as reported by the new system's fans. The change was slipped into current OUYA system shipments quietly and without indication on the on-board marketing.

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Mad Catz M.O.J.O. ready to roll on December 10th

Mad Catz M.O.J.O. ready to roll on December 10th

Ready to take a bite out of the burgeoning Android-based console gaming universe, the folks at Mad Catz have revealed the pricing and release date for the M.O.J.O. miniature gaming console. We first saw this machine up close and personal earlier this year at the E3 gaming convention - here we're to understand that it's better than ever, working with an NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor, NVIDIA Tegra Zone for games, and the Google Play media store for access to all things Android.

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iConsole promises Steam gaming on most potent Android hardware ever

iConsole promises Steam gaming on most potent Android hardware ever

An Android game console? No, not OUYA, but iConsole.tv, an Intel Haswell based Android gaming start-up running Steam and intending to double as a home theater setup for your living room. Quietly announced earlier this year, and with an Intel IDF appearance under the team's belt, iConsole.tv is revealing a new version of its "Unit 00" developer hardware today, and billing it as the most powerful Android device around.

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OUYA placates disgruntled gamers with download store credit

OUYA placates disgruntled gamers with download store credit

OUYA is attempting to placate frustrated Kickstarter backers who didn't get their console before in-store availability began, offering free DISCOVER download store credit for anybody disgruntled. The runaway crowdsourcing success ran into shipping issues as it attempted to send out the final consoles ahead of general sales starting, leaving some backers waiting for their consoles; they, and anyone else who put money down on the original Kickstarter campaign but feels let down, can claim $13.37 of credit to buy games and other apps.

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