While the Android-powered Ouya isn't hitting retail until early June, early backers have received their preview units, and some of them don't have very positive things to say about the great open source console hope. That's to be expected as, according to the console maker, the system isn't review-ready yet.
Could a little-known company from the UK swoop in and change the way we play, create, and sell games forever. utilizing a device that looks like a super-sized Game Boy Micro? Probably not, but their heart is in the right place.
This cool demonstration by Design I/O, which produces "interactive installations" shows the Kinect being used to project animated hand puppets that respond to the user's movements. Design I/O built it in a day using open-source Kinect drivers.
Every year at the Penny Arcade Expo, attendees get to share their design concepts at the "Pitch Your Game Idea" panel.
The Pandora is a handheld gaming console that went on "sale" in 2007. It's only now arriving in the hands of customers, eager to get their hands on something that looks like a DS, but is actually so much more.