I'm confused; if the guy from Green Throttle is also involved with Game Stick, how does that affect Green Throttle?
Anyway, it's something because I had this exact same idea with the same name "Game Stick" a few years ago. At the time, I had 2 investment sources that were interested in pursuing funding for it, but I decided to scrap it because I felt that compatibility across TV sets would be a major issue.
Maybe they've figured out a way around that. If they have, this is the best idea yet for this type of gaming. Appears to be much cheaper to make than the Ouya, of course that's only appearance, no one knows for sure without knowing the sourcing costs for their production.
The real question for us is, can kit developers easily access development for this platform?