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New Ouya Console Gets Updated Controller, More Storage

by Shane McGlaun
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We first talked about the Ouya game console back in 2012. That console first turned up on Kickstarter seeking the money to bring the Android games you like to the big screen in the living room. A few years and a lot of pledges later, the Ouya console has been available to gamers for a while now.

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Ouya has been criticized for controller lag issues in the past and has announced a new version of the console to address some of the complaints. Ouya says that the new version of the console has a “refined” controller. We don’t know what that means, there is no clear indication of what exactly was refined.

The new version of the Ouya also gets 16GB of storage, improved Wi-Fi, and new firmware. The new version of the Ouya is available for $129(USD). The standard version is still offered for $99 with 8GB of storage. It’s unclear if the controller refinement will eventually come to the 8GB version.

[via Kotaku]

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