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OUYA Console Gets June Release Date

The OUYA gaming console that took the Kickstarter world by storm last year, is set to officially launch in June according to their site. The OUYA “A new kind of video game console,” is a gaming console for TVs that promises to bring shooters, platformers, sports, and arcade classics to your living room. The OUYA is based on the Android operating system, so many games on mobile devices can easily be ported for big screen play. In addition, gaming studios NAMCO Bandai (Pacman, Tekken) and Square Enix (Final Fantasy) have already signed on to be a part of the new device’s library.

What could truly set this device apart though is it’s price. Set at just $99.99 for the console and one controller (additional controllers will run another $50), the OUYA may be considered more of an impulse buy for many where a Wii U, Xbox, or PS3 would be a thought out investment by comparison.

Additionally, the OUYA may not only take a chunk out of the console market, but the set-top box market as well. The device is already to support entertainment apps like VEVO, XBMC, Plex, and Twitch.tv. If the folks at Netflix decided to port their Android version to the device, The OUYA would certainly look much more inviting than similarly priced offerings from Apple, Boxee, or Roku who all have extremely limited gaming ability, if any.

Being a cordcutter and gamer, I can’t wait to get a chance to use one of these and potentially replace all my other set-top devices.

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Joel Polkinghorne
Joel spends his days sorting through the latest gaming news from around the interwebs. He has been involved in gaming his entire life and professionally involved with web media since 2001. Joel lives in Michigan, USA with his wife and son. Follow him on Twitter @sBj.
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Joel spends his days sorting through the latest gaming news from around the interwebs. He has been involved in gaming his entire life and professionally involved with web media since 2001. Joel lives in Michigan, USA with his wife and son. Follow him on Twitter @sBj.

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