Between purchasing key developers like Double Helix Games and readying certain assets, Amazon could be moving closer to releasing its own Android-powered game console for the family TV. Another major hint dropped last week when a revealed picture of a prototype controller hit the Internet, with pictures taken from Brazilian regulatory agency filings.

The controller, seen in the image above, features the usual face buttons, two analog controllers, a directional pad and several center buttons, including a “home” button for a game menu. It also has shoulder triggers, as well as interactive play, pause and rewind/forward buttons on the bottom, similar to OnLive’s controller set-up. This indicates that the controller could work with other interactive services, including Netflix and Hulu Plus.

Amazon hasn’t given an official statement on the controller or console just yet, but more information should be revealed over the summer.

Source: VentureBeat