I guess I should have specified family friendly exclusive titles.
Nothing macabre, morbid, or gross.
I liked the whole free concept to OUYA. Meaning every game has to have some form of a free version. Whether that is playing the first three levels, or thirty minutes of gameplay - each game has some free version.
That clunky controller hurt, and anything half way decent (that we were interested in), we had or can get on another system. Like Sonic 4. And then the prices were really high. I don't get why a 99 cent Android app costs ten dollars on the OUYA. Just get it for an Android device. They look the same. Technically some of them look stretched out on the OUYA.
We also tried to set up the development tools - which are a complete pain, and after many hours we never got it working. They had written and video documentation. Problem was they skipped steps, or things did not work like they said. The system has to connect to the computer working on a game. Which means developing in one spot and playing in another. Constantly setting it up here and then back over there.
My opinion is the OUYA is a pain. Hey you an disagree if you want. That's cool.