The OUYA is the first totally open video game console. All games are free to try, you own the device without any restrictions. You are even encouraged to take apart your OUYA, hack it, and do anything creative you can think of with it.
The OUYA is not as powerful as a Wii U, PlayStation 4, or XBOX One, but it’s significantly cheaper and completely open.
The OUYA will not try to restrict your freedoms, it’s gained support because it’s filling a gap created by the other console companies that have created bloated products with licensing restrictions designed to satisfy publishers rather than consumers.
The OUYA puts the consumer first.
The OUYA encourages innovation.
OUYA is tiny and portable, so you can easily bring it to a friends house and play all your games together without any requirement to stay online.
OUYA is about the size of a Rubik’s cube, but it plays in full-screen 1080p HD using an nVIDIA quad-core CPU.
If you peak inside, OUYA comes with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage (expandable via USB). It will connect to either WiFi or Ethernet. And since OUYA is the first totally open video game console, you can open it up and upgrade components yourself using standard computer peripherals.
Much more than just gaming.
All that 1080p goodness isn’t just for gaming. OUYA brings all your favorite apps to the big screen, streaming shows, movies, and music directly into the living room. OUYA has already partnered with Twitch.tv, Crunchyroll, iheartradio, TuneIn, XBMC, Plex and Flixster and are adding more daily.
Your OUYA console is your dev kit—no license, fees or expensive SDK required.
OUYA has removed the impediments that keep brilliant people from bringing console games to market. Every OUYA comes with all the tools you need to make a great game without the crippling overhead.
Create a boundless 3D universe with the UNITY engine or scale things back to the turn-based RPG—you’re in control.
Every game is free to try.
Yes, you heard right.OUYA doesn’t think you should buy games or in-game items unless you absolutely love them. You’ll never be charged unless you choose to make a purchase.