More news from yesterday! Don’t worry: we’ll have more staff next week. Ouya’s Yves Béhar told Kotaku the Android console team has “made a deliberate attempt” to avoid building a machine that resembles Xbox 360 and PS3. “Our console is quite small, around the size of a Rubik’s cube, and so it will easily fit anywhere in a room, or be easy to throw in a backpack,” he said. There’s no release date as yet. Thanks, CVG.
Team Ninja’s big Dead or Alive teaser, which we thought could be teasing a Dead or Alive 6 announcement, turned out to be quite the opposite.
It’s no secret that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has plenty of performance issues on Xbox One, with constant frame-rate drops that occur in lots of critical situations.
There’s a totally fake, but very convincing, port of Cuphead available for sale on iTunes.
The Ouya Kickstarter has now hit $3,076,320 with 28 days left. According to the console’s designer, Yves Behar, the system will provide owners with free and low-cost Android games and it’s high time the console market was hook up a little.