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Nov 18, 2013 - 1:01 PM - by dgstorm
With the PlayStation 4 now on sale and the Xbox One hitting stores this week, news of Ouya's latest console refresh comes at a busy time for gamers. With holidays closing in, it's unveiled a new limited edition all-white case for its Android-powered console, also doubling the system's internal storage to 16GB to store more games and important media. Ouya has already opened pre-orders with a $129.99 price tag ($30 more than the 8GB model), and if you order before December 8th, you should have it by Christmas. While the white model, with its expanded storage, is only available in North America, all is not lost --
Continue Reading @: Ouya's new all-white console comes with double the storage
Oct 25, 2013 - 7:13 PM - by Jeffrey
Anyone who's picked up an Ouya, or demoed one in-store, knows that the controller, with its sticky buttons and flimsy removable plates, could do with a lot of help. Company founder Julie Uhrman's aware of the issue and, in an interview with Polygon, she revealed that a new version of the Ouya controller is already on the production line. Taking the abundant consumer feedback into account, the company's phased out the old model and made some key fixes, including more secure triggers, improved thumbstick grips and buttons that (hopefully) don't get stuck in the controller's base. Whether or not you'll actually find one at retail is a bit of a crapshoot, however, as Uhrman said the packaging won't highlight the change. Uhrman also touched upon news of the Ouya 2, the release of which falls in line with previous reports of an annual update cycle. Specs for that next console haven't been finalized yet and, further, the company won't really be focusing on it until sometime in 2014. But when it does arrive next year, you can expect to see it receive an slight cosmetic update from designer Yves Behar.
That little Android gaming box, the OUYA, might've only cost you $100, but that doesn't mean it's not getting treated to some post-launch updating like all your other game consoles. The next update brings the long-promised external storage functionality, albeit in closed beta form. That expands the console's puny 8GB of internal storage to, well, whatever you'd like. With games mostly coming in well below even 100MB though, you're probably not getting too close to the limit just yet (we aren't, anyway). Read more on the link below....
OUYA's next update adds external storage (in beta), video support for game pages
Sep 20, 2013 - 10:14 AM - by dgstorm
The once and future king of mini-consoles has made a bit of a splash in the news the last few weeks, but for those of you who actually own and use an OUYA, there's good news in the form of a software update. The company posted a full changelog to the official blog yesterday, and the third major update should be making its way to your console now if you don't have it already. The developers focused on better game organization in the Discover window, among other things.
After you install a game it will now automatically go to the back of the list in Discover, making sure that you only see games that are new to you when browsing for new titles. You can also manually send a game that you don't care about to the bottom of the list by pressing in the right thumbstick. (That's pretty darn cool - hey Valve, Steam could use something like this!) OUYA will now flash a notification when a game has finished downloading and another when it's done installing, not unlike a standard Android device. A handful of other changes include the usual bug fixes plus an "Easter egg" teased in the changelog.
Continue Reading @: OUYA Update Adds Better Game Organization And Support For Pounds And Euros, External Storage Is Coming Eventually
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