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The news follows Sony's announcement at E3 this week that the device will release in Europe and North America by the close of 2014.


Using the microconsole and a DualShock controller, owners will be able to play 1,300 Vita, PSP and older, classic PlayStation games on a television screen.
Other Vita entertainment offerings such as movies, eBooks and PlayStation Plus will also be accessible on TV, while PS4 games will be playable via Remote Play.
PlayStation TV launched in Japan last November as PS Vita TV. It will come bundled with a DualShock 3 controller but is also compatible with DualShock 4. See CVG's full PlayStation TV picture gallery.

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Pretty steep considering the price of the Vita over here in recent months. Would have been more acceptable if it included the DS3 like the earlier (now debunked) reports suggested.


?40 more and you could buy the package I did back in January...

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Preordered mine yesterday. I am primarily interested in the PS4 streaming capability.

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