Ouya to Demo 12 New Games

At next week’s Game Developers Conference, Ouya will demo 12 new games for its console.

The 12 games available to view are:

  • Toto Temple Deluxe by Juicy Beast
  • Duck Game by Landon Podbielski
  • That Dragon, Cancer by Ryan Green and Josh Larson
  • Cascade by Fayju
  • Reagan Gorbachev Team2Bit
  • Laza Knitez!! by Glitchnap
  • Neverending Nightmares by Infinitap Games
  • Thralled by Thralled Team
  • Broken Age by Double Fine
  • Whispering Willows by Night Light Interactive
  • Knight and Damsel by MK Ultra Games

For more info on the games you can go to the Ouya Site.


The Mega Man Jacket That May Not Happen

The designer of the Assassins Creed III hoodie is back again, teaming up with Capcom.  Enzo Volante has created a Mega Man hooded jacket and it won’t get made unless Capcom gets 200 preorders of the men’s version and 100 pre-orders of the women’s. The Mega Man jacket has a removable hood and a bright yellow zipper on the sleeves. The hooded jacket is going for $199.95. You can go to this link for more information and to pre-order.


Leaked press images of Samsung’s ATIV SE

As seen on engadget, Samsung’s up and coming Windows 8.1 smartphone passed through the FCC last month. Now we get a look at what the actual device looks like. The above image shows a Windows powered ATIV SE. The phone shares the same look as the Galaxy handsets with the rounded corners and texture elements. The device is said to have a 5-inch, 1080p display and LTE capability. The phone will arrive this year along with the release of Windows 8. OS.

Amazon Gaming Controller

As seen on Mashable, leaked photos of an Amazon gaming controller have appeared,  giving the rumor mill something to churn out.  Photos of the controller appeared on ANATEL — the Brazilian equivalent of the Federal Communications Commission.

The controller has A, B, X, and Y face buttons,  two analog sticks, a directional pad, and bumpers and triggers on the top. The controller runs via Bluetooth and is powered by two AA batteries.

As stated on Mashable, Amazon started their own gaming studio in 2012, and in February the company also acquired Double Helix Games. Could we see a future gaming console from Amazon? We will see.