Vita TV is dead. Long live PlayStation TV.
The name may have changed for North America, but the concept seems to be much the same. The small box will allow PS4 games to be played on a second TV in the same home (provided you have a PS4), stream video and music from various services, will play “hundreds of PS3 titles” via PlayStation Now and play “most” Vita titles and older PS classics.
PlayStation TV will retail for $99 for just the box of for $139 in a bundle that includes an 8 GB memory card, a DualShock 3 controller, an HDMI cable and a voucher good for a copy of Lego Movie: The Video Game. Look for it later this year, or pre-order one now through Amazon if you simply can’t wait.
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