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I also see a lot of mobile games that make lots of compromises due to performance concerns.
The more freedom devs are given the easier it is to churn out games and not have to worry about stuff like tris count, drawcalls and fillrates.
I would like to see improvements with the controller. I want rechargeable battery packs, rumble motors, improved dpad, improved triggers and a port so I can plug it to my PC and charge the batteries too.
4 full size 3.0 usb ports, 2gb of ram, tegra 5, rechargeable battery packs, stronger bluetooth for controllers/system, dedicated wifi antenna, taco dispenser, multiple case designs, better thumbsticks/triggers/bumpers, chat features, native netflix, Dolphin/PPSSPP native.
I have no desire for a 'more powerful' OUYA console. The only thing that I want is an improved controller, and if that requires a new OUYA, so be it. They have to kill the persistent lag problems, which I still encounter, and it would be nice for the thumbsticks to have some more texture on them.
Surely with that kind of specs, it will cost more than $150
Rumble functionality would be great. But most importantly, I want the next controllers to have better thumbsticks and USB
charging would be great.
I think the team at OUYA must realize that, for great games to come, they have to have a great set of hardware. Especially if they want to attract the likes of Gameloft
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Last edited by Hydrus; 11-24-2013 at 06:43 PM.
It would not be too expensive. With the soac getting cheaper and cheaper they will be saving a lot on the hardware besides the nvidia chip. Also the usb ports are not at all more expensive. Would just require changing the configuration.
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I'm very sure the OUYA 2 will have hardware that's available at that time for a price that allows the OUYA to still be 99 USD. That's part of what they stand for.
I assume they will change stuff that addresses known problems (could be a better wifi antenna/ bluetooth receiver, or a change of bluetooth technology away from the power saving one), will NOT add additional hardware specs like USB ports but will instead pack the best processor and RAM and stuff available for 99 USD.
Things I'd like to see:
-Better physical build (The Micro USB slot on mine, which is a retail console, just broke off while testing the samples. That's just silly.)
-SD Card Slot
-Cool new case design(s)
-Backwards compatibility with games AND cases (i.e., you can put an OUYA 1 in an Ouya 2 case, or mayhaps vice versa.)
-Digital Audio Jack