BlueStacks announces pricing for upcoming GamePop console with expanded game lineup


About a month ago, BlueStacks announced that it was going to unleash a gaming console on the world to compete with the likes of the OUYA console. One thing they didn’t do, however, was announce an exact price.

Buying a GamePop is going to run a cool $129, but BlueStacks has extended their subscription promotion to get a free console. In case you forgot, you can sign up to pay $6.99 per month to get the console for free in addition to getting access to every game available in the GamePop service. To sweeten that deal. BlueStacks has gotten a few major developers on board with GamePop, including Intellijoy and Korean COM2US. COM2US is apparently getting some special treatment with their own channel on the console, but both companies’ games will be available in the subscription service.

BlueStacks is definitely going to give OUYA some tough competition. Anyone planning on buying either of those consoles?

source: The Next Web

  • Ryo Cook

    Already ordered the gamepop. I think I will buy an Ouya, too when it’s out for normal purchase.
    They are not this expensive and having a game flat device is awesome for my needs. With the Ouya it’s more likely that you can do a lot more things than gaming. That’s why I consider this, too. Android Video and Audio-Player for a Nexus Q replacement? Bring it on…