Vevo Endorses Ouya Android Cube, Initiative Pushed Past $6 Million

Written by
  • 02 Aug 2012
  • View Comments
  • The famous Ouya Android console is starting to get more and more popularity, after it all started with a mere startup accepting donations and contributions via Kickstarter. The buzz has increased and now endorsements reached past $6 million, with the latest contributor being the giant Vevo.

    The music video service Vevo announced the partnership yesterday and it will support Ouya in its initiative. The developers behind Ouya plan a debut in March 2013, so we’ve got a long waiting time ahead. Lots of sponsors will join, Square Enix already promised Final Fantasy III as launch titles and I bet that soon the likes of EA and Gameloft will jump in as well. Initially Ouya had a financial goal of $950,000 set on July 3 and it already passed $6 million, so you can imagine their excitement.

    The device is supposed to have a $99 price tag, be highly hackable and it will be a gold mine for indie game makers to deliver their products to the living rooms. Also, the joystick that comes with this device isn’t half bad.

    If you like this post, make sure you subscribe to our RSS Feed or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, YouTube for more interesting articles and video reviews!


    Also you can recommend Android Pipe on Google:
    SOURCE: paidcontent.org
    , , , ,
    Android Android 4.2 Android 4.2 features Android 5.0 Android app Android game Angry Birds Star Wars CyanogenMod Facebook Gameloft Glu Mobile Google+ Google Drive Google I/O 2013 Google Now Google Play Google Play Store Google Play Store sales Madfinger Games new android game new app Ouya Play Store Play Store sale Rovio sale Samsung Square Enix top 5 Android games Ubisoft