Mad Catz has released details of the hardware specs and pricing for its upcoming Android powered game console, the M.O.J.O.
Neverending Nightmares — the indie project inspired by the developer’s own battle with mental illness — squeezed past its Kickstarter goal with just hours left before the deadline and will release next year on Ouya, Windows, Mac and Linux simultaneously.
Ouya removes Dungeons: The Eye of Draconus from the “Free the Games Fund” program after it reached its kickstarter target with the help of a family member.
Gamestick will be hitting general availability on October 29th. The Android-based console has been fraught with delays and production setbacks, but PlayJam, the console’s manufacturer, has confirmed that this time around Gamestick will be heading out to shelves without any further issues.
Developers might be doubting how successful the OUYA can be, but that isn’t deterring Telltale Games from bringing its acclaimed series, The Walking Dead, to the Android-powered console.
Google is rumored to be developing its own Android game console, but can it avoid the potholes that the Ouya fell into?
The ambitious $99 Android powered game console Ouya (Ooh-Yah) made its way to various retailers in the US and the UK, is sold out already. Meanwhile, Kickstarter backers run out of patience.
Sonic has a new ally in the tiny Android console
Despite direct competition from the Ouya, Bluestacks is preparing for a winter release of their new console