Green Throttle: your smartphone can replace your games console A new startup called Green Throttle Games (GTG) aims to turn any HDMI equipped Android device into a games console. Santa Clara, California based Green Throttle has announced that it has raised $6 million in funding and the backing of venture capitalists for its new idea and implementation. The company was co-founded by Charles Huang who was also co-creator of the Guitar Hero franchise.

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KMCROC1965d ago

Thank you but no thank you.

guitarded771965d ago

My phone can't even replace my handheld consoles so it has no chance of replacing my dedicated gaming consoles.

jon12341965d ago

my phone is for making phone calls and sending text message, with the occasional internet browsing and tethering to other devices, nothing more... nothing less

so, no it will not...

BitbyDeath1965d ago (Edited 1965d ago )

What a waste of money, why not spend it on something more worthwhile like making longer life batteries for phones?

shutUpAndTakeMyMoney1965d ago (Edited 1965d ago )

The only way my phone could replace my console is if gaikai work awsome with it.

Soldierone1965d ago

I'd like for the Vita to be like this. The all-in-one device. Have a game, decide I want to go somewhere, take it with me, then come home and dock it into a PS4, keep playing with better visuals.

As for my phone? Pass. Developers can't handle it and always want new tech. See crappy games that can't use a 3 month old phone because it "doesn't have enough power" really? And don't really need texts and calls interrupting my game either.

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