PlayStation TV Is Out In October

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PlayStation TV, the set-top box that will play some Vita games, PS3 games, and PS4 games via Remote Play, comes to North America on October 14, Sony confirmed today.

It'll be $100 for the box, or $140 for a bundle with an 8GB memory card, the LEGO Movie video game, and a DualShock 3.

The PS TV won't play all Vita games, sadly—you can see a full list of supported games right here. Here's Sony with a full breakdown:

PS TV plays select content from PlayStation systems past and present, including:

  • PlayStation Vita – PS TV plays select titles from PS Vita, which can either be downloaded to the device or inserted directly into the system using a PS Vita card.
  • PlayStation Classics – Download classic games from PS One and PlayStation Portable, like Wipeout and Metal Gear Solid.
  • PlayStation 3 – Our game streaming service PS Now is coming to PS TV, which will let you play many PS3 games on the device over the Internet*.
  • PlayStation 4 – If you're a PS4 owner, use Remote Play to stream a remote play enabled PS4 game from your console to a PS TV over a wired internet connection. If the living room is tied up, just use Remote Play to send your PS4 game up to the bedroom and keep playing on PS TV.

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Admiral Asskicker

Debating between this or a used/refurb PS3.