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Old February 9th, 2013, 03:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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With the Release of Ouya (The android Gaming Console) What type of games do you think developers should look into creating? should we see more console like shadowgun, Modern combat 4, Nova 3, Mine craft. Since there will be console like games would you see your self paying 30-40 dollars if it was on the android market? Or do you think it will flop and its just a waste of time

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Old February 10th, 2013, 05:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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More choice in the market place for consoles can only be a good thing in my eyes. I would like to see more story-driven, single-player games like:

Mass Effect; Deus Ex 3; Dragon Age; The Witcher 2, Etc.

Or even some re-made classics like 'Planescape: Torment' would be nice and worth shelling money out for.

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I'd like to see more indie games on console. Xbox Live Arcade has been buried underneath TV apps and ads. Home consoles like Ouya, GameStick, and Nvidia's Shield, running on an open platform should allow for a lot of smaller, creative games. I can't see paying more than $20 for a game on these systems. I think their success is going to depend on Dev support, and Microsoft and Sony's new consoles. Ouya is being carried by some major retailers, so it has a shot.
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