Ouya console to hit retail in June for $99
By Dave LeClair
February 5, 2013
It wasn't long ago that a tiny video game console known as the OUYA gained public attention. This little machine promises some interesting gameplay and integration with popular services like XBMC, OnLive, and TuneIn Internet radio. Now, we have a June release Window and a final retail price of US$99.
Interested buyers can preorder the device directly from OUYA's website. The company is also working with some big retail partners to sell the device. Currently, Best Buy, Amazon, GameStop, and Target are listed as stores where buyers can grab themselves a OUYA of their own. Each of the retailers are accepting preorders for the console as well.
Unfortunately, June is as specific as the creators were willing to go in terms of a release date, so while we don't have an exact day, this is the most specific timeframe we have received since the initial Kickstarter campaign.
In addition to the console itself, OUYA lists an additional wireless controller available for $49, also with a release date in June 2013.