Project cars never did it on a Nintendo console eventually, but some of you may be familiar with the game's creator, Little Mad Studios. In addition to having a well-received successor, the UK firm has built a fan base around its racing property, and now sees a rather more taxing challenge – a move into the world of video game hardware.
Dubbed & nbsp; The Mad Box & # 39 ;, Lite Mad Studios & # 39; hard drive suggestions, according to CEO Ian Bell, will be "the most powerful console ever built" and will support both 4K visual and VR at 1
The console will use the Litt Mads own platform development engine, called the Madness Engine, and will have no exclusive games. Instead, Bell says the price of the machine will be "competitive" with "upcoming" consoles, which he hopes will make it appealing to publishers and developers. Bell also says that "old and new" software will be present on the machine, which makes it sound like a steamer if you ask us.
When you asked why some gal would ever decide to get into the expensive water hardware production, Bell replied:
We think the industry is a bit too much of a monopoly or a micro-oligopoly. We believe the competition is healthy and we have the necessary hardware contacts to bring something epic to pursue based on our designs.
"More investors" are apparently on board already, which means that Little Mad could actually have the money required to pull it off. But would such an idea succeed, especially in a market where a company such as Microsoft – one of the industry's largest players with lots of premium studios under the belt and very deep pockets – is striving to stay in operation?  Could be a little gallant console – which, as Bell admits, does not want any exclusive games – really shake things up? Please let us know with a comment below.