You talk, they listen. And how.
The Android console fueled by Kickstarter, the Ouya, will be seeing release this year and holds a ton of potential. However, the developer, OUYA Inc., has recently announced that the default controller will be seeing some changes based on feedback from the dev console release.
In an official post, the company wrote, “The controller’s the thing. We’ve been working from the beginning to make the controller experience as honed, fast and precise as possible.
“Since the release of the OUYA Dev Console last month, developers around the world have sent us a ton of emails, comments, videos and forum posts… all about our controller. A lot of the feedback underscored things we were already changing, some comments were totally new, but ALL were great to hear.”
Some of those changes include a cross-style D-pad, rubberized tops to the thumbsticks, a more responsive touchscreen, two triggers, and a more secure battery bay.
As the company states, “We’re serious here. We want to make OUYA the best it can possibly be. So don’t stop telling us what you think — we can’t do it without you.”