Educating Ouya

Alex Phillimore Alex Phillimore: (alex.phillimore-deleteme[at]-deleteme-direman [dot] com) 2014-06-28 09:03:09

Educating Ouya

The Ouya superconsole has forged many-a-partnership in the last year. Now, it's partnering up with Reading Rainbow to help educate children or something.

But you don't want to hear about that. You want to know if the Ouya is worth buying. And, as an owner of an Ouya, I can say with confidence that the answer is a very large, very proud 'YES'. But don't take my word for it: check out these cool Ouya adverts below:

Majestic, right?

There isn't anything else like the Ouya on the market right now. The console allows you to play all sorts of memorable games for free. Just yesterday I was playing the timeless classic Big Action Mega Fight! washed down with a side order of Every Good Bird Deserves Flappyness. These games are designed to be played in long bursts, so if you enjoy all of those JRPGs from the past that took sixty or seventy hours to complete, you're well accommodated for with the Ouya.

In a gaming landscape where Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo fail to do anything new or exciting with their systems, it's nice to know that Ouya is the one to take things forward. Spend five minutes playing Ruzafa's Nightmare or Lava Cat and you'll see they offer infinitely more gameplay and value than games like Infamous: Second Son or Titanfall. Screw those AAA developers - Ouya is the true gamer's console.

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