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Ouya Sells Out Game Subscription Plan in One Day

The Ouya has been the butt of every single video game joke since its launch in 2012. Restricted, uninspired, and ju...

Ouya Sells Out Game Subscription Plan in One Day

The Ouya has been the butt of every single video game joke since its launch in 2012. Restricted, uninspired, and just plain unnecessary, the Android-based console has been chugging along at a snail’s pace for the past year and a half. After its only relevant exclusive, the frenzied Towerfall, went multiplatform, Ouya’s been pronounced dead over and over again. And yet, in a surprising move yesterday, Ouya offered its entire game library for $60 a month. The offer sold out in a day.

 

The Ouya All-Access plan offers the Ouya’s entire library of over 800 games for a flat fee of $60 dollars a year. Insane? Probably. Life-saving? Definitely.

 

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After Sony’s Playstation Plus program proved that a video game subscription plan not only works, but thrives, Ouya has shaped the concept to its needs. A mere $60 gets you some killer games like Final Fantasy III, the aforementioned Towerfall, and Tim Schafer’s Broken Age, not to mention every upcoming game during the year. At least, the people who bought the offer will get them.

 

Not to fret, the plan will be available again in the future. All you have to do is sign up via the Ouya website. If you’re an Ouya owner who missed out, we feel for you, although we’re guessing the chances of any Ouya owner not hearing about this are slim. If you’re Ouya-less, on the other hand, you’re not missing much. Stick with your console of choice, since the Ouya exclusives are few, far-between, and not really worth it.

 

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