An FCC filing from last month spotted by Engadget reveals that Western Digital has a new set top box in store for customers sometime in the not-too-distant future. Setting the WD TV Play apart from the company’s previous offerings is support for "casual games" like Texas Hold ’Em and Sudoku, which you’ll be able to play through portals named Funspot and PlayJam. However, while competitor Roku’s newer offerings support a motion-sensing remote, it looks like the WD TV Play will make you resort to ordinary navigation buttons when it launches. Aside from gaming, the device supports the usual array of file formats, and handles 30fps 1080p video playback. And while the WD TV Play might not be the best gaming device, WD did see fit to give us shortcut keys for Netflix, Vudu, and Hulu Plus (pictured below), in case we need to get at our streaming services in a hurry.