“There will be a new OUYA every year. There will be an OUYA 2 and an OUYA 3,” she added. One potentially featuring the recently revealed Tegra 4, perhaps, rather than the Tegra 3 powering the first units? It sure sounds like it. “We’ll take advantage of faster, better processors, take advantage of prices falling. So if we can get more than 8GB of Flash in our box, we will,” she explained.
But don’t fret, nervous game buyer. Uhrman assured us that “all the games will be backward compatible” going forward. When pushed on how this will work, she said, “The games will be tied to you, the gamer,” (like Steam is now) rather than tying your game licenses to the hardware you purchased (like, say, Nintendo’s Wii U).