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- In a blow to the hopes of people who champion the cause of microconsoles, the OUYA hasn't exactly taken the gaming world by storm since its launch. The Android-based box became a Kickstarter sensation, but some PR missteps hurt its public perception, (though Gamezebo is still pretty smitten with how things turned out).Ah, but what if OUYA wasn't just a game machine, but a platform in and of itself? That surprising revelation came from an interview OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman recently gave to [a]listdaily, flat out telling people to look for OUYA on other devices."Here's the money quote:"We started with a $99 box, but we always wanted to create a console platform that can live on other people's devices. We just knew it was going to take us a little bit of time to get it ready. Now we think the software is good enough, it's ready to be embedded in other people's devices."
- It might not be the most popular opinion in the world, but here at Gamezebo we really dig the OUYA. Friends may roll their eyes whenever we bring it up - and at least once I've had somebody say "oh yOUYA" at my microconsole affections - but once you get your hands on one, we know you'll feel the same way we do.Which is why you should do it. RIGHT NOW.Our 14 day deal on an OUYA + game credit is about to come to a close - but (depending on when you're reading this) it's not too late! For $85 you can grab an OUYA (normally $99) plus a $25 credit towards OUYA games, because Towerfall.Click here. Do the buying thing. Thank us later.
- With all the hype surrounding Soul Fjord lately, I thought it would be in my best interest to dust off the ol' OUYA this weekend and see what else had hit the console in the last few. One thing led to another, and after a few rounds of TowerFall (no matter what you planned on doing with your OUYA, as soon as you turn it on, it's always this) I somehow found myself trying to explain to my daughter how amazing the light cycle game from TRON was.How I got from a 2013 microconsole to a 1982 arcade game is anybody's guess. Let's just chalk it up to the organic nature of conversations.The OUYA has more than a few TRON light cycle knock offs in its store, so we downloaded a few in an attempt to blow her mind with early 80's awesomeness. Grid Racer was a functional enough clone, but it just didn't capture the spirit of the game that I was hoping to share with my daughter. Super Light Cycles was better, but it still left me wondering if my nostalgia was outpacing my enjoyment. Still, it was enough. The itch was scratched. It was time to move on.We proceeded to download a bunch of new games that we hadn't tried before (the OUYA is great for this, because even though the quality of games is all over the map, they're all free to try), and quickly found ourselves playing a bizarre little title called The Lickening.
- In 2013, the OUYA seemed to be the micro-console that the press just loved to hate. But you know what? We didn't. In fact I still rock out with my OUYA on a regular basis. Despite all of the company's initial bungling, this little powerhouse delivers exactly what it promised - a living room portal for amazing indie games, with loads to discover.It's also become the defacto multiplayer gaming device in our house. Whenever friends come over, we're all too happy to break out Towerfall or Mrs. Dad vs. korv - and it's even easier to do when you realize that the OUYA supports additional controllers from other devices (we use PS3 controllers, for example).And with Toto Temple Deluxe coming soon, there's really no better time to pick one up.So what are the savings you'll be netting through the latest Gamezebo deal? The OUYA normally runs for $99, so you'll be saving $14 right off the bat. But we're also throwing in a $25 game credit that you can use on the OUYA Discover Store - so that's $39 in savings! And better yet, every game on the OUYA is free to try, so when you spend that game credit, you'll have done so wisely.If you've been thinking of picking one up, stop waiting. This thing has the Gamezebo Seal of Approval. I seriously love my OUYA. You will too. Click here to pick one up today.
- If you've ever jumped to new heights in Knightmare Tower or laid the smack down in Burrito Bison Revenge, you're already familiar - and probably enamored - with the works of Montreal-based indie game makers Juicy Beast. Gamezebo had the good fortune to interview studio co-founder Yowan Langlais last summer, and when we did, talk quickly turned to Toto Temple - a neat little multiplayer game they'd created as part of the Toronto Game Jam (or TOJam for short).Considering how fantastic the OUYA has been for multiplayer fun (hate on it all you want, but… Towerfall), their TOJam project seemed like a perfect fit for the device. Yowan didn't disagree. And now, six months later, we have our confirmation: Toto Temple Deluxe is coming exclusively to OUYA. The object of the game is fairly simple: get the goat, and keep it away from the other players as long as you can. With plenty of jumping and dashing, though, you can see how this would have the potential to be a frantic, crazy, Smash Bros-style good time.Expect to see Toto Temple Deluxe hit OUYA sometime this spring.
- Forget lumber, coal, or the milk of human kindness - Twitter is our greatest national resource. For many of us, it's where we go to find out what's really going on in the world. Not only is it the place where the news can break, but it's the place where news can happen. Even better, it's the place where we can interact with the newsmakers of the day directly.As always, there were plenty of great tweeters to follow in 2013. But five in particular gave us some pretty specific tweets that we're always going to remember, and each for very different reasons. Were there any tweets that stood out as a big deal in your mind this year? Let us know in the comments below, or, better yet, tweet us @gamezebo with your thoughts. Let's keep this thing in the Twitter spirit!
- After yesterday's announcement that Ouya would be getting a spiffy new Limited Edition console release in a pristine white casing just in time for the holidays, today we've also learned some interesting Ouya-related news. The company behind the controversial Android-based home gaming console has teamed up with Humble Bundle to bring gamers the very first console game to be available for purchase through the Humble Bundle website.The game in question is the highly addictive TowerFall by Matt Makes Games, and players will be able to scoop up the multiplayer combat platformer at a discounted price of $9.99 over the next 24 hours on the newly-launched Humble Bundle storefront for use on their Ouya console. Considering how Humble Bundle has been an avid supporter of Android games with their series of Humble Mobile Bundles (the third bundle was just unveiled today!), this is certainly a big win for the Ouya camp, especially if we see more of these kinds of collaborations in the future."You have just under 24 hours at the time of this writing to pick up TowerFall for your Ouya console at the discounted price, so you shouldn't hesitate to head on over to the Humble Store and get to platforming with your pixelated friends today!
- If there's one company and product that's become synonymous with terms like "train wreck" and "that's a darn shame" in 2013, that award would unequivocally go to Ouya and the disastrous launch of their Android-powered home gaming console earlier this year (not to mention the controversy surrounding their recent Free the Games Fund).But despite all of the negativity surrounding the company and the sheer amount of things that have simply gone wrong, no one can say that Ouya has stopped trying to sell the world on their unbalanced product! So to this end, Ouya has announced a special Limited Edition of their Android console for North America just in time for the holidays."The Limited Edition of Ouya comes in a shiny new white coating for both the console and the controller, and features an upgraded 16GB of memory for you to store all of the promised "500 games" in the Ouya library. The price is set a little higher than the standard edition of Ouya at $129.99, and gamers can pre-order the system right now on the Ouya website to be guaranteed a delivery by December 8.