While the Android-powered OUYA will be designed to run free indie games, what about triple A titles from major studios that don’t release games for Android? It looks like that won’t be a problem. OnLive, the video game service that offers cloud-based streaming PC and console games, today announced that OnLive will be available on OUYA one day one! This means while you’ll be able to play regular Android games on the device, at the same time you can indulge in games like Homefront, Assassin’s Creed, Darksiders and more – of course, you’ll need an OnLive subscription.
It looks like OUYA just got even better. If you’re keen on picking up the OUYA at launch, be sure to pledge a pre-order at the OUYA Kickstarter page.
- 2014-03-06: $200 M.O.J.O. Gets OUYA Everywhere Support
- 2014-03-03: OUYA Looks Beyond The TV
- 2014-02-02: Ouya 16GB Launches At $129
- 2013-11-18: Ouya Debuts Refreshed Console With All White Limited Edition Model
- 2013-10-24: Ouya Rolling Out Nationwide Through Target With Demo Kiosks
- 2012-11-15: LG G2 Series HDTV gets OnLive Cloud Gaming
- 2012-08-19: OnLive to continue operations under new management [official]
- 2012-08-19: OnLive Game Streaming Company Goes Under
- 2012-07-27: OnLive will be available on OUYA at launch
- 2012-07-17: OnLive Universal Controller to support Nexus 7 tablet soon