Ouya has over 10,000 registered developers on board

Saturday, 20th April 2013 17:24 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Ouya now has over 10,000 registered developers, according to the firm’s head of developer relations, Kellee Santiago. Speaking with Joystiq, she said to expect announcements regarding the console to occur in the next “few weeks.” The latest we’ve heard on the development end, is that Minority Media’s Silent Enemy is in the works for the console, among other high profile development teams.



  1. theevilaires

    “Ouya has over 10,000 registered developers on board”

    You mean punks sitting in some basement who will probably rip off Mario and throw in their own twist which will seem neat for the first 30 minutes then meh until the end of their game.

    Ouya is a joke and anyone with a brain wouldn’t touch it with a 10ft pole.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. salarta

    In case anyone working on Ouya actually looks at this, then just for the record, this site’s comment sections aren’t a very good measure of success or public opinion. Last time I saw discussion of the Ouya on here, people that have personal vendettas against the console tried to silence anyone that defended it. They then turned around and tried to project their vendettas on backers by claiming backers were furious with delays and technical issues that many of the backers they had just tried to silence said they found perfectly understandable.

    Basically, negative remarks toward the Ouya around here are usually people that hated the premise of the Ouya from the instant they heard it, so it’s to be expected that those people will say anything to bash the console or its possibilities.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. aleph31

    #2 I’ve been following this site for three years, and most of the people here hate anything that is not Xbox / Playstation / Nintendo. There are three of four PC guys (like Erth), but everything else (mobile, webGL, flash, and now microconsoles) is sadly not very well welcomed.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. zinc

    9,999 more than the WiiU


    #4 2 years ago
  5. theevilaires

    ^ It will fail it can’t compete against cell phones and consoles. Kudos for trying but its like a human going up against a GOD. The odds of survival are slim to none especially due to the machine being open to hacking.

    Why would I buy the Ouya when I can do this:

    I can take my phone and that little box with a DualShock 3 anywhere to places like hotels, friends house, or work and easily play all my android games along with emulation. Don’t want to carry around a mini gamecube box that can’t fit in my pocket. Next wave of smart phones will be more powerful than the 360.

    #5 2 years ago

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