Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Dec 2012 16:05 UTC
Games "We just licked the stamps and waved a fond farewell to 1200 OUYA Developer Consoles. These are the early versions of OUYA that developers will use to start making games. They're on their way to developers around the globe - by land, air and sea. OK, only by air - we want you to get them quick. Devs, expect them on your doorstep within the next few days." The SDK has been released as well.
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by Casey99 on Sun 30th Dec 2012 02:00 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: OUYA"
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No, it won't. A trial is plenty of time to see if you really want the game or not. Piracy has never killed a platform - it's been rampant on the PC since day one and PCs are still here and stronger than ever. Most developers see piracy for what it is - free advertising. I hate when people claim piracy killed the Dreamcast when nothing could be further from the truth. People keep using it because it's the ONLY example that people won't laugh off instantly... it takes them a little research before they finally laugh it off.

Please, let that tired lie die! No one is concerned about piracy except big legacy media distributors. Those dinosaurs need to go extinct already and leave the rest of us to get on with life. >.>

Never before has there been a platform that was designed from the ground up to easy to hack. And like it or not, those dinosaurs are the driving force of the industry and not having them on board will kill the OUYA to the general public.

I never said piracy was the reason for the Dreamcast's demise, but it would simply be incorrect to say it did not contribute. Despite the GD-Rom, pirating Dreamcast games is unbelievably easy and it did have a major impact on developers opinions of the Dreamcast.

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