Getting early adopters to pledge more than $8.5 million for your concept is way different than getting mainstream shoppers to plunk down their hard-earned cash for the finished product. Ouya learned that lesson when its Android-powered gaming console flamed out almost immediately after it went on sale. Reviewers panned the dearth of high-quality titles and a poorly made controller that literally fell apart in some gamers’ hands. The Ouya also suffered from mediocre graphics performance, ironic for a console. A high-end Android phone paired with a Moga handheld controller makes for a much more potent combo.