I have just brainstormed a revolutionary idea. A few years ago, Sony helped develop a Linux-based operating system to go onto the PlayStation 2; this operating system was called Linux for PS2. This kit consisted of the operating system, a keyboard, a mouse, a VGA adapter, an external hard drive and an ethernet cable.
As Ubuntu software can go onto any PC that uses gaming and ordinary mice and keyboards, if those peripherals, an external hard drive, an ethernet cable and a VGA adapter were added to the popular games console, surely a Ubuntu operating system for games consoles would work?
This operating system could have Internet functions to play games from online, and could play games of all platforms on that console. Ubuntu is currently the most popular Linux distribution going and it available to nearly all platforms so why exclude games consoles from the set?