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OUYA will launch with a variety of emulation options: your classic consoles needs will be met

OUYA will launch with a variety of emulation options: your classic consoles needs will be met

We knew this was coming, but it will still be interesting to watch the kinds of apps and games that will be coming to OUYA. It looks as if these particular emulators have been given the platform's blessing, and check out the highlighted comment: One of them contains an in-app store that allows you to buy indie games for that emulator. An app store within an app store inside a console inside a console.

Shit is getting very Inception around here.

Nintendo is still trying to sell their back catalog back to us through the Wii and Wii U, so this may be a fine line between something that brings value to the OUYA hardware and something that raises the ire of big companies with deep pockets and groups of lawyers. As long as the emulators themselves are the only things offered, and no games are being sold, it's likely that this will stay just this side of legit. This could turn into a major selling point for the $100 console.