There's already a healthy ecosystem; have you ever seen the Google Play Store? Apparently you have been duped into thinking the Ouya is *only* a game console. Think again; It's a computer that you can use to play games, browse the Web, shop online, play music, read books, email, SMS, chat, Facebook... Anything you can do on an Android phone or tablet.
$99 is amazingly cheap!
There does not need to be a single game at launch for the ouya to sell units! Unless there is a large advertising blitz for the ouya right before launch many people would never have heard of the mini console and those purchasing already know what it is and what it might be able to do. It's only $99 and I suspect many will be buying their first ouya without a clue about what game or killer app is available. I'll get one for the fun of it and I'm sure eventually they will be plenty of titles.
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