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The top twenty games people want on OUYA


2:30 PM on 07.12.2012
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So, how about that OUYA, huh? The open-source, Android-powered, $99 console has generated a lot of attention from gamers, but there's one major hitch -- nobody knows what games it'll run. 

Well, the team working on the system have revealed the top twenty most desired games, as decided by over 45,000 gamers. The developer has set up a survey, asking which of these games you want to see most on the console. 

Of course, there's no guarantee that any of these games will actually appear on the thing. Except, of course, Battletoads, which is definitely going to be a launch title. 

Check below for the full list of the most wanted games on OUYA (which is pronounced the same way as the Martian war cry on Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds album.)

  1. Terraria
  2. Bastion
  3. League of Legends
  4. Battletoads
  5. Timesplitters
  6. Need for Speed
  7. FIFA
  8. Grand Theft Auto
  9. Limbo
  10. Super Meat Boy
  11. FEZ
  12. Battlefield
  13. Minecraft
  14. Final Fantasy
  15. Assassin's Creed
  16. Torchlight
  17. Mass Effect
  18. Call of Duty
  19. Skyrim
  20. Dungeon Defenders





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