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Sony announced a new device at their Tokyo Game Show press conference, PS Vita TV, which will allow users to play their Vita games on their TVs. It incorporates the DualShock 3 controller and contains slots for the Vita game cartridges and memory cards.
In addition, the Vita TV device will play PlayStation One games, PSP games, and connect to the PS4 to let users play Vita games directly through the console. Sont has also promised an update that will allow gamers to play PS4 games via remote play.
But wait, there's more!
The device will also stream TV-watching services such as Hulu Plus. Not sure why this is that important unless you don't already own a PS3 and won't own a PS4, as both of those consoles have TV-streaming services, but I suppose that's beside the point.
So far, PS Vita TV is only launching in Japan on November 14th at ¥9,480 (about $95). There is also a bundle for ¥14,980 (about $150) that includes a DualShock 3 controller and 8 GB memory card. Surely this device will reach the US and Europe as well. I know I'm a little intrigued.
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