Gone and forgotten
Reflect on 2013 and you might remember the Android-based console known as the Ouya. It was one of the earlier tech success stories on Kickstarter and marketed itself as a direct competitor to modern video game systems of the time, such as the Wii U. It also openly publicised the fact it could emulate traditional consoles such as...
Back from the dead
Remember the Ouya? You'll be forgiven for saying no at this point, because the ill-fated micro-console didn't exactly make the splash that its creators predicted it would. One of Kickstarter's early hits, Ouya failed to set the games market alight and quietly faded into the night, never to be seen again. Well, almost never. The...
Unable to confirm if the game will even be completed
The creator of the upcoming Wii U eShop title, Trashmania Trilogy – including Trashmania, Trashmania: Remix, and Trashmania: After Dark – has revealed he is unsure of the game’s future. Jonathan Bont, the indie developer previously best known for his efforts on the Ouya, delivered the news...
Three games in one!
Jonathan Bont, best known for his indie development efforts on the Ouya, has announced via his Twitter page that Trashmania Trilogy will be coming to the Wii U eShop early next year. The Trashmania Trilogy will include Trashmania, Trashmania: Remix, and Trashmania: After Dark – with all games playable in an original and...
It wants Mario to be free, apparently
Ouya - the Android-based, open source console that has the capability to run emulators - is now available to buy and has already whipped up a storm of controversy. Naturally, piracy is an issue that has surrounded the new console ever since its inception and will always swarm around it, but Ouya hasn't exactly...
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