IbanezLewis wrote:Such negativity coming from these comments... The OUYA is a brilliant idea. Anyone who thinks it can compete with the likes of a Playstation or Xbox is a moron of course, but it's not made to compete with them. It's built to serve the purpose of providing something very similar to that of an Apple TV, except it can play games and is completely hackable. With the right mods, this tiny box has the potential to be a cheap alternative for a smart home hub and more.
Why knock a company that is clearly innovating in these areas? It's sad. I expect with the right marketing and the great price point, these will fly off the shelves when they come to be released in June to retail stores.
why I am looking forward to getting one. It's the Little Big Planet
The hackability means owners can be exposed to the evolution of their favourate games by the modding community - just like on the PC. I'm going to use it with my pre-smart HDTV and to enjoy playing Onlive on a big screen too. Win+Win = baby wins