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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:02am 20/07/12 | 1 Comments
The Ouya Kickstarter project certainly has the gaming world buzzing, especially with the number of big names jumping on board, or throwing their weight behind it. Ex-Infinity Ward face, Robert Bowling, is one such dude, having not only thrown USD$10K of his own cash behind the project, but has now committed exclusive episodic content to Ouya in the form of a prequel, of sorts, to his new studios' first game, Human Element, in the build up to its release on next-gen consoles in 2015.

Human Element is set after a zombie apocalypse and will also offer up cross-platform play along with nifty components such as GPS tracking for its mobile versions.

While the main game will be set some 35 years after the "event", the exclusive Ouya content will help sell the apocalypse by dumping you right in the thick of it, as it happens. Bowling explains more in this Kickstarter update video.

As pointed out by Eurogamer, the Ouya's original goal of USD$950,000 has been utterly smashed, with the fledgling open-source console idea garnering more than $5 million in funding, and it still has more than two weeks to go. It's going to be interesting seeing this concept getting off the ground.



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TicMan
Posted 10:55am 20/7/12
Just did my pledge .. got suckered in by the hype :(
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