I'd Buy This Google Games Console In A Heartbeat

There's no such thing as a Google games console. The company has enough on its plate with Android as it is. But if it were to enter the market itself, well, it could do a lot worse than this effort.

Designer Joseph Dumary (whose work we've featured previously) has mocked up this console called the Google Nexus Orbit, and while it looks...interesting, the cool stuff comes in how he's approached the Orbit's functionality.

Dumary sees it as a true Google machine, leveraging the full range of the company's products and services. So it supports Google Glass for augmented reality gaming, has built-in Google Translate to help international gamers communicate, syncs with news and weather for updates and can even connect wirelessly with your TV.

If...it was real. Which it's not, and likely never will be. But hey, we can dream. A console like this, running stock Android with the full Play Store, would be pretty damn great.

I'd Buy This Google Games Console In A Heartbeat

Google Nexus Orbit Console [Coroflot, via Gamefreaks]