GameStick is an Android-based gaming console that attempts to turn the entire mobile gaming experience into a rich, console-style living room experience – even if the console we speak of is a tiny three-inch stick that is plugged into a television’s HDMI slot. Paired with a wireless Nintendo-type Bluetooth controller, this portable console offers instant…

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In our previous blog, we explored the journey of the micro-console Ouya before its launch. The company recently announced that the micro-console now has over 25,000 registered developers. On August 9, 2012, Ouya finished with $8,596,475 at 904% of their goal from more than 63,000 backers. The sum is nine times the company’s original fundraising…

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In our last blog[1], we analysed the prospects of the micro-console Ouya. Previously, we had also examined[2] the stiff competition posed by smartphones and tablets towards handheld gaming consoles. It is interesting to see how certain companies are creating a whole new world of possibilities for gaming on mobile devices, by providing hardware that is better-equipped…

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