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You can now stream AAA games through your Ouya

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From today, Ouya players can play any of the games provided during the beta period for free. Games included with the service include Lego Batman, Frontlines: Fuel of War, Prince of Persia, Sonic & Sega All-Star Racing, Super Street Fighter IV, Dirt 3 and Mirror's Edge.

Playcast says that only a small handful of games will be available today, and that the number will ramp up over the coming weeks as the service's stability is proven. All games will be available to play using Ouya controllers.

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