69
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Score
It has some redeeming qualities, but you could still do better.
69

It has some redeeming qualities, but you could still do better.

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OUYA review (founding backer edition)

The initial version of the OUYA shows promise, but it needs a lot of polish before the final retail release if it wants to impress gamers.

Pros
  • Low cost
  • Small, efficient
  • Easily hackable
Cons
  • Controller has numerous flaws
  • Very limited initial game selection
  • No game pricing in store
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Average Critic Score

Game library

5.4
 

Graphics

5.9
 

Controller(s)

5.6
 

Design and form factor

8.3
 

Other features (media, online, etc.)

6.3
 

Noise

8.4
 

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83
 

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