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GameStick delayed again, now launching against PS4

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PlayJam's Android-powered GameStick console has had a few delays, and now it has one more. On its most recent release date, November 8, a GameStick representative confirmed to Engadget that the portable console is now scheduled to launch on November 15. That's not exactly going to be a slow day for the industry, considering the planned midnight launches for the PS4.

Following the $647,658 success that was the GameStick's Kickstarter campaign, GameStop invested in the GameStick earlier this year. The retailer has changed its listing to reflect the last-minute delay, offering the GameStick for $79.99 on November 15. For reference, that's $20 less than Android family member Ouya's retail price.



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