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    OUYAForum Regular Retrowurst's Avatar
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    Remaining German (speaking) OUYAns here?

    I would like to know if and how many OUYAns are still here that come from Germany or speak german.

    I hear there is a group of about five or six OUYA fans in southern Germany, are there some more?

    As I'm organizer of a small gaming event, I wonder if there would be a chance for a little OUYA gathering somewhere?
    So many games, so little time...

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    Nope, but I know the German word for yellow!
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    Nope, :-p or yes :-) You know it. --> Berlin

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    Hi there

    I am one of those from southern Germany that you mentioned I was talking to xaby recently about this topic, so that's probably where you got that info. In our local "retro" gaming group, there are, including myself, 5 people who have an OUYA. But honestly, we mostly use it to run "Duck Game" nowadays. I usually only turn it on at our retro events, which are a few times a year. At home, I don't even remember when I used it for the last time. For retro emulators, systems like the Raspberry Pi are nowadays more convenient, in my opinion. And as far as native OUYA games go, I think besides "Duck Game" there are only a few more that I would still consider playing regularly at such events (i.e. Bombsquad, A Ball Slapping Good Time, Maldita Castilla, Hidden In Plain Sight, and possibly a few more).

    The #1 thing that still bothers me today about the OUYA is the sometimes occuring huge controller lag of up to 1 second, which can usually be solved by moving your knee or changing your controller position by a few inches or degrees, but is really annoying and also somehow hard to explain/justify to non-OUYA people. Other than that, I still consider it a useful device, even though I don't really use it that much anymore.

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    Oh cool... Need that
    So many games, so little time...

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    When there are about five guys with OUYAs at Zeha's place, I wonder if we could manage a little Meeting... let's call it "OUYALand"
    So many games, so little time...

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    Greetings from GERMANY
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