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  # 669975 9-Aug-2012 10:52
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NZtechfreak: The extra pull their wildly successful and publicised Kickstarter campaign has brought them has certainly allowed them to start talking to some players and services that make the Ouya a much more compelling platform, for sure.
Indeed it has. It will be interesting to see how long these conversations last. I was hoping to see some more images of the device by now but 'limited edition' brown is fine by me. 

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  # 669979 9-Aug-2012 11:00
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I have pledged $99. First android product that I am actually excited about to use..




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

 
 
 
 


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  # 670023 9-Aug-2012 12:31
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Plex is a big deal for me, means I will be able to take the Mac Mini I'm currently using and tuck it into a corner somewhere and just use it as a media server. Sure, I could've bought another Apple TV and hacked it, but the Ouya will output 1080p should I so wish.

With XBMC, Plex, Namco/Bandai & Square/Enix partnerships (among others) if this thing actually eventuates, it's going to be a pretty handy little unit for the price. Hopefully at least a few fun titles show. For the price I'm not expecting any Triple-A titles, and not much longevity, but it has the potential to be great value-for-money.




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  # 670590 10-Aug-2012 13:59
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you can still preorder these from ouya.tv, if you missed out on the kickstarter project.

with xbmc confirmed its really a great buy, roughly $150NZD for one controller and the console, less than an ATV :)

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