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PS Vita TV launches in Japan on November 14 for 9,954 yen (plus tax) or $100. There will also be a bundle that comes with a DualShock 3 controller; it's priced at 14,994 (plus tax), which is $150. No word yet about an international release.
Word is it can play PS1 and Vita games on your tv as well as stream from apps such as hulu and netflix. Also word of a remote play with PS4...
SONY: In a press release issued today, Sony confirmed that the device outputs at 720p, 1080i and 480p and aside from running PS Vita games, will also let you play PS4 remote play, PSP and classic PlayStation titles, as well as movies and TV. Not all Vita games will work on the device however, as some of them require touch screen.
PS Vita TV will – in Japan – support such video services as Sky, Hulu and a range of on-demand networks. It will also support two DualShock 3 controllers.
On PS4 remote play, the release reads, “As with PS Vita, PS Vita TV will also support PS4 remote play and Wireless Controller DualShock 4 through future system software update. This will allow users to
enjoy most of the PS4 games on PS Vita TV as if they are playing it on the PS4 system.