The box, which runs on Android and a quad-core processor, was one of the highest funded projects on the site, with $8.6 million in funding from over 60,000 backers.
Additionally, the company raised another $15 million from venture capitalists.
So far, the console has been generally panned, due to its sluggish controller and small current selection of games. These reviews, of course, came for the beta edition of the console received by early adopters.
There are currently only 150 games available, all of which are free-to-play models, meaning they are either fully free or are free to download and play but you will need in-game purchases to really move forward or unlock new content.
The Ouya is available for $99 with a controller at places like Amazon and Target.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 25 Jun 2013 19:49