SternisheFan writes: "$109 will get U.S. gamers an Ouya as well as one controller. Overseas players will have to fork out $119 --to pay for shipping. The Los Angeles-based company behind Ouya (a machine designed to make it affordable for developers to get their games up on a TV screen) has been able to line up a pretty impressive slate of partners to give the gadget a boost when it launches. OnLive will be bringing streaming, AAA games to Ouya at launch. Square Enix will bring "Final Fantasy III" to the machine. It will also have an exclusive game: "Human Element" from Robotoki. And Namco Bandai announced it is in talks with Ouya to deliver its games as well."