The Yves Behar-designed console took Kickstarter by storm last year, with over 63,000 gamers backing it as a fresh, Android-powered alternative to the expensive powerhouses of Xbox and PS4. Six months later, 660 games are available. Now, Kotaku readers can pick one up plus a $25 game credit at 15% off (just $85).
Kotaku gave the Ouya a mixed review, saying it was a promising idea but lacked the execution to really match up with the PS4 or Xbox One. But for less than $100 – does it really have to? The Ouya offers a combination of smartphone-like graphics and gameplay that harks back to the glory days of console gaming.