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The Kickstarter-funded Android console Ouya will officially release in North America this June, though no European or Australian release date has been confirmed as yet. American gamers can pre-order the console from various retailers right now.
Elsewhere, Shigeru Miyamoto has finally spoken out regarding the Wii U's poor performance thus far, saying "we would have liked to create new entertainment that instantly communicated its value to the public, but we could not."
All the news:
- PlayStation Home Arcade launched for Vita
- God of War Ascension: go hands-on at GAME 'lock-ins'
- Borderlands 2: Add-On Content Pack confirmed for retail release
- Dead Space 3 DLC: Awakened campaign add-on launching in March
- Dead Island tops 5 million sales ahead of Riptide's April release
- Vita 1st birthday software sale kicks off Wednesday
- Dead Space 3 review round-up: From 5/10 to 9.75
- North Korea 'propaganda video' uses Modern Warfare 3 footage
- Psychonauts 2 budget put at '$18m' - Notch not investing
- Iwata questioned on personal accountability
- Ouya launching in June for $100, major retailers taking pre-orders
- Nintendo exec denies Wii U processor is 'a little poor'
- The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim DLC: Dragonborn hits PC today
- Sniper Elite V2 coming to Wii U
- Square Enix 'struggling to achieve expected return on console investment'
- Capcom slashes Devil May Cry sales forecast
- American McGee's Red Riding Hood game reaches Kickstarter goal
- Scribblenauts Unlimited suffers last-minute European delay
- Activision promises to mix up Skylanders with Swap Force
- Miyamoto: Nintendo has not fully communicated Wii U appeal