It was obviously dying from launch.
That sucks, I was really hoping that Razer would have been able to re-spark interest in the micro console communities internationally.
Well hopefully it's not just dead. Maybe they produced a certain amount of consoles they figured would saturate such a niche market. Hopefully support for their store will continue for a good while. Though I am surprised they aren't offering any kind of repair service.
Actually I only care about the Forge, because as long as the Forge is supported, Cortex will be and so I can continue playing my OUYA.
I was a Razer supporter from the very beginning, hoping they will at least try to keep their promises, but now I just want that they "Keep the lights on". What an irony...
So many games, so little time...
They never really had a "repair" service. Not even sure what to call it but it was definitely not in the same vain as OUYA.
I know they had bigger plans for the platform...I believe someone may have misworded that message but nothing would surprise me anymore.
Android micro console market be like
IN PIXEL I TRUST
Asked for clarification from people who know how to talk to people like they're people (some of you know what I mean).
Why give OUYA team a ton of money and then kill the box, that wouldn't make sense. New box coming? Don't know about that when they refuse to put some muscle behind this one. Out of stock? Definitely a possibility and probable. Something just doesn't add up here.
I know there are/were plans for the box but plans can change. We should have an answer soon.