And so begin the posts about individual games being announced for OUYA. Shadowrun Online developer Cliffhanger Productions is the one pledging support for the upcoming system this time around. Not to be confused with the already-Kickstarted Shadowrun Returns, this is the game that could still use some help.
Assuming it does reach its funding goal, Shadowrun Online will support the Android-based OUYA console, meaning you can play it with the system's controller. This comes in addition to planned PC, Mac, Linux, and Android and iOS tablet versions of the game. Talk about cross-platform synergy!
Admittedly, a not-definitely-happening videogame for OUYA isn't going to automatically change my opinion of the console, but we're getting there, one title at a time.
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