Bear Senpai – a bear dating sim – wants your money

We’ve romanced humans, pigeons, and alpacas. Has the time come to get some sugar bear loving? Toni Rocca, creator of Bear Senpai, thinks so. A Kickstarter is on, with the hopes of raising $18,000 for a bear-y It’s koala or nothing! Rocca bares all in the Bear Senpai description. The goal is to create a more »


Wishing for a Humble Ouya Bundle

I’m probably in the minority here, but I have an Ouya and I kinda love it. There are definite knocks against it, and it isn’t a perfect micro-console, but it . And, admittedly, a big part of my love comes from being able to play Atari 2600 games on it, since it’s hit-or-miss when getting more »

Magnetic by Nature Review: The Ouya’s Super Meat Boy

Title: Magnetic by Nature Price: $8 System(s): Ouya (Also available on PC) Release Date: August 20, 2014 Publisher (Developer): Team TripleSlash (Team TripleSlash) ESRB Rating: N/A It’s a good thing I’m using the new Ouya controller, because my old controller would have shattered into plastic shards had I used it to play Magnetic by Nature. more »


Newer Ouya is better

I love to talk about all kinds of Android games during the weekly Android Amusements updates, but I also like to talk about systems. To be more specific, the Ouya. A lot of times I won’t mention it, but I am side-loading games onto my old, launch run Ouya for good times. I know the more »

So Many Me Review: So much merriment

Title: So Many Me Price: $14.99 System(s): Ouya (Also for PC) Release Date: July 17, 2014 Publisher (Developer): ORiGO Games (Extend Studios) ESRB Rating: N/A. I’d say it’s pretty fun for all ages One me, two me, Sturdy Me, Brainy Me. Wait, that doesn’t sound right. Or is it? Is it so right that it’s more »

Playcast brings cloud gaming to the Ouya

A somewhat limited form of cloud gaming has arrived on the  thanks to Playcast. Playcast is a company that serves up cloud gaming to platforms such as televisions and set top boxes. Today, Playcast released a beta version of its service on the Ouya. Anyone can download the app and try it out free of more »

Ouya releases its Chupacabra update

 released its latest system update today that carries the name Chupacabra. This update includes new features such as Audio Passthrough for XBMC users. If you have idea what that means, you probably weren’t ever going to use it anyway. What you’ll be more interested in is the changes to the user interface and new options more »


It’s Ouya’s birthday, celebrate with cheaper games

It has been a whole year since Ouya started going out to individuals who were kind enough to support its Kickstarter campaign. In celebration of this moment, Ouya has placed seven of its first games on sale until the beginning of April. Here are the games that are on sale. DubWars – 33% off The more »

Ouya Everywhere coming to anything running Android within six months

The has followed an odd trajectory. The little Android console had an enormous Kickstarter, only to struggle once it hit the market and discovered that perhaps its model was a bit too out there for some. And now it will be coming to essentially everything running Android thanks to the Ouya Everywhere initiative.

Amazon Gold Box is alive with the sound of gaming

Do you know what day it is? Can you feel the energy in the air? That’s all because of a really good, gaming Amazon Gold Box. I can practically smell the deals. And man, there are some really fantastic deals for March 25, 2014. You won’t believe it. There are games, like South Park: The more »

Human Element prequel is not coming to the Ouya

Back in 2012, it was announced that a prequel to Robotoki’s post-apocalyptic game called Human Element would be the first exclusive episodic Ouya game. The prequel was supposed to be released around 2013, but very little has been seen or heard about the prequel since its reveal. We now know the prequel has been cancelled. more »


Ouya games will no longer require demos

When Ouya first came on the scene, the platform had a requirement that every game be free to try. That is, every game required a demo version so the customer would know exactly what they were getting into before making a purchase. The demo requirement was a selling point for Ouya, and the company did more »