I’ve listed reasons the Ouya is risky and we shouldn’t get our hopes up in the past. Few games, no hardware, a short release timeframe, and promises that seem to good to be true are all reasons I think consumers should wait and see. The success of the Ouya crowd-funding drive on Kickstarter has been enormous, to put it mildly, but we’ve yet to see any actual product or game.
I’m not saying that we won’t – only that a little caution is warranted.
But here’s the real problem with Ouya…
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