A few days from the end of donations on Kickstarter, the 'Ouya' console already has the support of more than 44.000 people, surpassing the 5 million dollars in donations, which could lead the project to become a reality.
It is now confirmed that in addition to the console aiming to bring Android games to TV, 'Ouya' will also support OnLive, game streaming system (where the game is “played remotely”/”in the cloud” ) which already has the support of more than 80 production companies and includes great titles, such as 'Assassin's Creed Revelations' (Ubisoft) and 'DiRT 3' (Codmasters).
New images reveal some details present in the future console that is based on the Android 4.0 operating system. Check it out below:
PS: The producer says that the console can undergo changes until reaching the final result.
So far, donations on the Kickstarter page have already exceeded 5 million dollars (surpassing the goal of 950 thousand dollars) and it already has the support of more than 44 thousand donors.
'Ouya' will be a console based on the Android 4.0 operating system (it will only use the system as a basis for the games and the interface) that aims to offer the player the games available for Android on the TV in a resolution of up to 1080p (1920×1080 pixels FullHD ) with console Joystick support. According to the producer, the console will come with full support for consumers to develop games for 'Ouya' and should cost US$ 99 (about R$ 200).
Click here and learn more about the 'Ouya' Hardware
By order of the producer, all games available for the console must offer some free content, be it a demo version of the game or the game in freemium format.
'Ouya' should be released in 2013 in the US, still no date set.
[originally published July 27, 2012]