The developers of Ouya have announced XBMC, the open source media player, will be integrated into the console. Another deal with TuneIn, ta free sports and music service, with over 70,000 stations across 230 countries will also be available through the console. New shots of the console posted on its Kickstarter page, also show it is indeed “about the size of a Rubik Cube,” and the controller appears rather small as well in the new shots. The console has 36 hours left on its Kickstarter, and 52,483 backers have pledged $6,974,791.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture developer The Chinese Room lays off staff, will be "going dark" for a while
The Chinese Room, the team behind narrative-driven games such as Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, Dear Esther, and Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, is “going dark.”
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds just can’t stop breaking records, this time surpassing the concurrent player record it set just a few weeks ago.
With the release of The Division’s 1.8 PTS comes a host of new Exotic weapons.
After earlier reports of indie developers for the Ouya losing out on promised funds, Razer has promised to honour financial agreements made between Ouya and the teams affected.
Ouya has allegedly reneged on thousands of dollars promised to independent developers.