It's a slick idea, but bear in mind that not all PlayStation Vita software will be compatible with the recently announced Vita TV.
Unveiled during Sony's pre-TGS press conference, Vita TV was confirmed for the Japanese market. And they've released a preliminary compatibility list, as reported by Engadget .
Remember that the Vita is controlled via standard Dual Shock controller, so some titles that require the use of the Vita's touchscreen won't be compatible. There's a link to the full list of initially compatible games and as you can see, big-name titles like Uncharted: Golden Abyss , Wipeout 2048 and Gravity Rush aren't on there. However, for your $100 investment, you'll still be able to play cool games such as Soul Sacrifice , Persona 4: Golden and Lumines: Electronic Symphony . It's also important to note that upcoming games like Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster and God Eater 2 will be compatible with Vita TV. Can't wait for those FF remasters!
PlayStation Vita TV will be ready to go in Japan on November 14.