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Sony Releases New PlayStation TV Video Ahead of Release

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Posted October 2, 2014 by Kat in News
PlayStation TV

PlayStation TV is due to make its North American debut in just a couple of short weeks, and ahead of that release, Sony has released a new video that explains the microconsole and all its features.

Launching on October 14, this shiny new device sets to make broad availability of multiple Sony titles from across different platforms and generations.  As Sony recently announced, almost 700 titles will be available at launch for streaming capability through the device.  In addition, users will be able to play multiple PlayStation Vita titles, on top of the digital PlayStation One and PlayStation Portable titles that will already be accessible.

The device allows for connectivity through the PlayStation 4 – meaning that if you’re connected to a different tv in the household than the one housing your PS4, you can use the PS TV to play your game through the second television.  There’s also plans in place to allow streaming of PlayStation 3 games once support of PlayStation Now makes its way to the device, though it’s still in open beta and no information has been given when that will happen.

PlayStation TV launches October 14 and will sell for $100, with bundles available that come packaged with a DualShock 3 controller and memory stick.  The newest video explaining the system can be viewed here.

Source: GameSpot


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