Need For Speed
League of Legends
Super Meat Boy
Call Of Duty
Grand Theft Auto
A good chunk of them are AAA games from the Oh-so-evil EA/MS/Sony/Activision. You understand what Ouya wants to do but the vast majority of people want a 'low-end' console to just play AAA games. None of them are even Android games to even begin with.
Final Fantasy 3 is now one of the most expensive (over 10$) and at the same time most successful (top 4 a while ago) apps in the Android market...
... which is really telling in regards to the quality of the Android "gaming" ecosystem as a whole... it's pretty much sh*** all over with old (handheld) console/PC ports like FF3 (or GTA3, Minecraft, or even things like GEMRB or SCUMMVM that allow you to run old Bioware and Lucasarts titles) literally outclassing every single new/recent game that has been specifically developped for the platform, in both quality and depth... by lightyears.
So even if every Android game runs on the Ouya, the games available are still rather ****ty even when compared to the games that are available for current mobile gaming systems like the 3DS/old gameboy.
Furthermore... about half of the games on Android already look ****ty on a Tablet because the texture resolution/graphics have too little detail and/or even appear quite horribly pixelated on a tablet sized screen.... and those guys want to put those graphics on a TV? right...
Finally... the few "good" games that are available are pretty much all ports that often work better/are more enjoyable on their original platform.
(With a few exceptions... the above mentioned FF3 for instance, does work really nice on Android.)
The only thing it has going for it really, as mentioned, is that it is cheap enough to qualify as a novelty / impulse buy. - that is... if they manage to actually produce working units in the promised numbers.
In summary: It's really hard to imagine a product with more issues and shortcomings and even less of a viable niche than the OUYA... consequently... in todays technology market, it will propably turn out to be a great success, most likely due to it's shiny exterior and controller.