The team behind OUYA announced today that OnLive, an on-demand gaming service that can stream to pretty much any device, will be available on their Kickstarter-funded hardware.
With OnLive support OUYA can technically stream any title, both now and in the future. Provided OnLive carries it - which some say has been an issue in the past regarding new releases – players should be able to play whatever they like from the day OUYA is launched. OnLive will also improve its chances for gaining revenue through game purchases. It’s difficult to determine how much of OnLive’s profits come from this source rather than hardware sales, but teaming up with OUYA will only improve its chances of a consumer clicking ‘buy’ next to a new title.
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