Controversial Ouya title Gridiron Thunder is going multiplatform, and has been delayed from an expected September release.
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Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has issued a video statement regarding the company’s controversial Free the Games Fund, which was geared towards investing in new indie projects, such as recently funded Gridiron Thunder. The scheme will now undergo a revision.
Gridiron Thunder will launch later this month, after being funded through Kickstarter with the help of Ouya’s Free the Games Fund. Recently, the game’s financial backing has caused a wave of controversy, with the head of the game’s development team stating the funding was investigated and nothing sketchy was found.