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Limited holiday edition Ouya comes in white


2:45 PM on 11.18.2013
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Ouya is trying its damnedest to appeal to those looking to put a little gaming under their tree this holiday. Today, a special, exclusive holiday edition of the console has been announced which comes in bright, white case and features 16GB of storage capacity, twice that of the standard version. The limited run is only available in North America and can be ordered now direct from Ouya for $129.99.

For a long time, I considered the possibility of picking up an Ouya because of the low price, but it simply doesn't excite me when effectively everything I'd want to play seems to be coming to PC eventually. This white version is even more of a dealbreaker, in part because it's more expensive but also due to the color itself. I would be so much more depressed by an unused Ouya if it were easier to tell at a glance how much dust it was collecting.






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