Mad Catz announces Project Mojo Android gaming console, will go on sale later this year


The Ouya console may not have been all that everyone had hoped for, but that’s not stopping other companies from getting in on the game: peripheral designer Mad Catz has its own Android-based gaming console it’s calling Project Mojo. Aesthetically, it’s a small black slab with an HDMI output and both standard and Micro USB connectors. Unlike other Android consoles it doesn’t have its own store; it will run stock Android games from Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore, including ones users may already own.

IGN has a video preview of the device, which reveals an interface that looks essentially like what you’d see on an Android phone in landscape orientation. Project Mojo is designed to work alongside the Mad Catz line of GameSmart…

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