Ouya Gets First Exclusive Game – Robotoki’s Human Element Prequel

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Ouya, the Kickstart-backed “open” console has finally gotten its first exclusive game!

It’s none other than former Call of Duty Creative Strategist’s Robert Bowling’s Human Element — albeit, the game’s prequel.

Bowling, who’s developing Human Element under his new company Robotoki, has donated $10,000 to Ouya’s Kickstarter using his personal money.

The Ouya version of Human Element will be an episodic series leading up to the planned release of the full title in 2015.

In a video on the Ouya’s Kickstarter page, Bowling had this to say:

 What this allows us to do – because Ouya has been so accessible – we able to bring you a look at the world of Human Element, a month, a week, a year after the events of the game. We’re going to work with the Ouya team and bring you an exclusive episodic look of the world as it develops and collapses over the course of the event happening.

Currently, both Human Element nor Ouya has a release date.

Are you interested in the console? Hopefully, both products exist outside of vaporware announcements, no?

Source: GamesIndustry

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