It might make playing Vita games at home that much more attractive.
PlayStation TV will be available in just a few weeks in North America, and now Sony has announced there will be nearly 700 compatible games on launch day.
PS TV can play many Vita titles (either digitally via downloading or by simply inserting the actual game card), along with PS1 and PSP games. Then, through Remote Play, the fun can be streamed to the PS4, which in turn goes to a TV. It's a very versatile little unit, and it'll prove even more versatile when Sony's new streaming service, PlayStation Now, arrives on PS TV. That's when we'll be able to stream PS3 titles to the device.
PlayStation TV releases on October 14, and you can purchase the standalone unit for $99, or pick up a bundle that includes a wireless DualShock 3 controller, an 8GB memory card, and a copy of The LEGO Movie Video Game for $140. Wal-Mart will get a limited edition bundle as well, which is the same as the latter package, except the included game is Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time .
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