Android gaming

OUYA offers Kickstarter backers a leet apology

The folks at OUYA have come forward with an apology and credit for some of the Kickstarter backers. The details of this offer include a mention about how "it wasn't OK that some of you" received the OUYA after it landed on store shelves. Basically, the OUYA team is apologizing that retail availability began before all the Kickstarter backers received their units. And just to drive the point home, the OUYA team has referred to this group as their "most loyal supporters."

NVIDIA SHIELD iFixit teardown gives a look at the inside

We recently reviewed the NVIDIA SHIELD and while we took a rather thorough look at the system itself as well as what it is capable of doing in terms of gaming there was something we couldn't do -- open it up and take a look at the interior guts. Thankfully though, there was another group willing to do just that. That group is the familiar iFixit and they have recently opened up the SHIELD.

OUYA “Free the Games” fund arrives to entice game developers

The folks at OUYA are once again talking games. Except this time around they are looking putting some money up in an effort to further attract developers. This is being launched as the "Free the Games" fund and it means OUYA is putting up $1 million to help turn "ideas into a reality." Basically, assuming game developers can meet some criteria, the folks at OUYA will give them some money to further their work.

OUYA game console arrives for retail sales

As had been expected, the OUYA game console has arrived with retail stores. Simply put, the console has shifted into general availability and those who are interested but have yet to make a purchase now have a handful of retail outlets to pick from. The pricing is the same as we had seen during the pre-order period, however there is some news about a few games that have recently arrived.

Mad Catz Project “M.O.J.O” console fully revealed at E3

I think everyone who had a Playstation 2 when they were younger probably hated being poor teenagers. Being poor teenagers meant one of two things: Not joining your friends for lunch on Wednesday's at the local Pizza joint, and not being able to afford new gaming stuff when the originals broke. So it was with much despair that we would drag our heels to the nearest game store and pick up a Mad Catz PS2 Controller, in utter shame. Well, Mad Catz has come a long way since then, and at this years E3 expo, they've revealed just how far they've come.

MOGA Power Series controllers unveiled with Boost for device charging

MOGA has unveiled their latest game controllers just ahead of E3. These new controllers will be the MOGA Power Series and they will be arriving with a feature called MOGA Boost technology. This is rather simple, the Boost technology will allow you to stop worrying about the battery life of your device during game play. Simply put, MOGA Boost will make sure to keep your device battery charged.

GameStick trailer highlights portability and big screen gaming

The latest GameStick trailer video has dropped and this one brings the focus to portability and gaming on the big screen. These are both features of the GameStick that have been mentioned before, though in this case they are sort of being put to an extreme. In this case, the trailer shows a girl-gamer repelling into a movie theater after hours and literally playing on the big screen.

Mad Catz to unveil Project MOJO as latest OUYA competitor

It is almost time for the start of E3 and it looks like we will be seeing another Android based game system announced. This latest is called Project MOJO and it will be coming by way of Mad Catz. There are still quite a few details that remain unannounced, however Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson has referred to Project MOJO as being an "Android micro console."
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