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Ouya Everywhere aims to put Ouya games on other company's consoles, and it's kicking off that process this spring on MOJO, the Android microconsole from Mad Catz. MOJO launched in December, and one of its highlights is the eventual ability to stream PC games. Along with the Ouya news, MOJO is getti...

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March 6, 2014 at 8:30PM
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Xbox One and PlayStation 4 a bit too bulky for your gaming tastes? Need something a bit smaller? Maybe even micro sized? Good news for you, because Mad Catz's Android-powered MOJO microconsole is now available, which means you can finally say you got your mojo without being accused of hyperbole or ...

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Mad Catz' leap into the microconsole industry – it's a thing – brings with it another growing industry trend: PC game streaming. Mad Catz has confirmed to Joystiq sister-site Engadget that its Android-based home console M.O.J.O. will add the ability to stream PC games to a user's televi...

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