The new console by EnGeniux contains an algorithm to actually create game levels, while offering developers a chance to directly market their games to users. Their crowd-funding project, which also includes beta-testing, begins today!
Jeez! It's like everyone wants to make a game console all of a sudden. Ouya Steam Amazon Fire EnGeniux There's probably a few more. I guess the suits finally see them as more than a kids toy. 'cough' cod cough' It sure has gotten crowded lately eh. Gateway MT6706 2008
I would probably say all of them will fail except steam, and probably amazon, i have heard rumors of google working on a console that would be more powerful than ps4 ...(again rumor) As for steam machine its only problems are thd price and controller other than that its perfect! (Upgradable, powerful GPUs , diffrent designs , pc games etc..) so in the console war it will be in top 3 under ps4 and xbox one.
It ain't real competition. I do support indie studios, but having to buy 1000 machines to play them is just too much. I already have most consoles and most Operating Systems. How many other device should be made? Wouldn't it be easier just to make an app on smartphones if you want it to be customized? Free OS anyone?
@ultimatemaster Steam os is free
I own all the consoles I need for now a xbox 360, 2x xbox one, a ps4. No need for more. All I want now its games. Now imagen if nintendo and sega unite to make dreamcast 2, that I will buy.
Gaming is the most profitable entertainment business.
OTON X for the win!
I have a strange feeling that the games that are "self created" would be somewhere in the vicinity of an Action 52 game cartridge, lol Cheetahmen for the Win!
This seems kinda pointless. Couldn't they just make a game to create games and release it on current consoles or am I missing the point?
Yes you missed the point... The point was that they want that game on their console..
Yeah, pointless. Who's gonna buy that, seriously? The same people who bought Ouya..
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