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Overnight news: Police called to Ouya's E3 booth; Call of Duty: Ghosts may come to Wii U

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E3 owner and organiser the Entertainment Software Association seems to have called the police to shut down Ouya's parking lot booth for E3. Ouya founder Julie Uhrman, said her company was being targeted because it attended E3 on its own terms, instead of renting space inside the Convention Center. According to Uhrman, the police arrived and checked that Ouya's permits were in order, before leaving without taking further action.

Meanwhile, Infinity Ward executive producer Mark Rubin has suggested that Call of Duty: Ghosts is in development for Wii U. When pressed on the matter, Rubin said that "we're not actually talking about Wii U yet because we want to keep it mysterious. It's PR guys, it's not my fault."

Elsewhere, Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto has said the best way to combat pre-owned games is to simply make games people want to keep. Miyamoto is more concerned with piracy, however than used games.

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