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OUYA's new subscription model gives you 'everything' for $60 a year

Title prices drop to zero and users still have to rummage through the store and "buy" titles if they want to play

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OUYA's new subscription model gives you 'everything' for $60 a year

As it appears, OUYA is trying its best to innovate itself further and if we remember the start of this year we can recall how it announced plans to bring its gaming platform to smart-TVs and set-top boxes. The latest news says that this time the subscription model is being tested and luckily for everyone, the deal is quite to the point and there is nothing confusing about it. If you want a year's worth of access to every game on OUYA then all you have to do is get your subscription for $59.99.

However, it must be kept in mind that you wont instantly be able to access all the gaming titles in the console’s library but there is no doubt that your subscription will drop the title prices down to zero. But that means users still have to rummage through the store and "buy" titles if they want to play. The catch here is that purchases made with the OUYA All-Access pass must fall under $30 a piece, and the zeroed-out prices don't carry over to in-game purchases. We are still not sure whether or not these purchases are going to remain on the user’s account even after then 12 month long subscription expires.

source: gamasutra

 

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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