A little over five years ago, and after an unexpected success on Kickstarter, Ouya came to the market, an Android-based console that came with the promise of a wide range of videogames, an attractive design as well as a very competitive price Now, in 2019, Razer has confirmed the definitive goodbye of the platforms this June 25 once their digital services are closed.
She is not alone in this world. The statement made public by the firm specializing in gaming devices alludes to both Razer Forge TV and MadCatz MOJO, two micro consoles born of a similar promise of those responsible for bringing to the big screen Android games and you will see how your store and others online services are closed, including official websites.
Obviously, both Ouya and the rest of the devices will remain functional, however users will not be able to access your account. In other words, the games that are not downloaded by their users as of June 25 will be inaccessible.
This way, the final stone is placed on the tomb of a console that never took off or after the purchase of Ouya by Razer in 2015. Ouya, likewise, is unquestionably one of the biggest crowdfunding successes after collecting more than 8.5 million dollars in Kickstarter, a figure that also allows it to stand as one of the biggest disappointments of the crowdfunding stories.
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