The PlayStation Vita TV (aka PlayStation TV) launched in Japan back in November 2013. Today, via AV Watch, Sony confirmed that it will cease shipping the hardware (in Japan, at least) at the end of February. That’s today.
PlayStation TV: good idea, poor execution. Mostly because there were a ton of great Vita games that the little box wouldn’t support. But hey, where Sony came up short, users are getting the job done.
"What do you want the PlayStation TV to do for you?" That's an important question when considering purchasing Sony's new microconsole. A more important question might be "Do you know what the PlayStation TV is?"
For more than two and a half years we've been dealing with the same PlayStation Vita menu music. The last thing I wanted from the PlayStation TV was that same damn piece playing on my television set. Thanks to the recently-released Vita themes, I don't have to hear it anymore.
I've had the opening cinematic to Persona 4 Golden for the PlayStation Vita playing endlessly on the 46-inch television in my office all night long. If you find that exciting, the Sony's PlayStation TV just might be for you.
Those looking to pick up a PlayStation TV micro-console tomorrow with an eye on streaming television shows and movies might be a little disappointed. Right now it's got Sony's streaming service, Crunchyroll, Crackle, and that's it.
Look at me, streaming Diablo III Ultimate Evil Edition to a tiny black box from a game console in an entirely different room. Truly we live in magical times.
Sony's PlayStation Vita in-a-set-top-box arrives in stores in North America tomorrow. Here's what to expect while setting up the tiny PlayStation TV in your home.
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.
Given that they're bundling it with The Lego Movie Video Game, it's no big surprise that Sony expects the new PlayStation TV for the young ones. "We think it primarily will appeal to 6-12-year old kids—with families who like to play together in a local co-op way," Sony VP John Koller told us at E3. The PS TV…
The wait is finally over, microconsole fans! Sony just announced that it's bringing its super teeny tiny PlayStation TV to the U.S., Canada, and Europe this fall.
One of the coolest things about owning a PlayStation Vita is the ability to link it to your PS4 and play your PS4 games remotely. And now, with the latest firmware patch in Japan, the Vita isn't the only system you can remote play PS4 games on; you can stream to the Vita TV as well.
Back when the Vita was revealed, I remember dreaming about playing a game on my HDTV, then picking up my Vita and continuing to play the same game on the go. Of course, that’s never really panned out on the PS3—though it has with the Asian-only Vita TV.
Last week, Sony released the PlayStation 4 in the Western world, but that wasn't the only PlayStation console to make its debut in stores. Japanese consumers this past week saw the release of Sony's new micro-console, the PlayStation Vita TV.
Dying to own a Vita TV so you can play Vita games on your giant flat screen TV? Well, before you shell out the big bucks to import one, there are some things about the Vita TV you should probably know.
Yesterday you saw how Sony's newest console stacks up to the competition but what about its little brother, the Vita TV?
Sony's debut spot for the PS Vita TV features an interracial couple—something that didn't escape YouTube commenters. Hey, if a mixed-race Cheerios commercial can spark a race debate, you can bet a PS Vita one will, too!
Whoa! A PlayStation TV. It's a $500 24-inch 3D TV that Sony's promising delivers "best in class" entertainment for way more people than are able to currently afford 3D. It looks like a giant PSP, sorta. Update: Hands on.