Top News This Week

October 10, 2017 - 3 Amazing Times Celebs Have Appeared In Video Game Franchises When you encounter the voice of a star in a video ... | October 10, 2017 - Four Things You Need To Justify That Games Room Many gamers dream of it and more are realizing tha ... | October 4, 2017 - One-Handed Games To Make Your Commute More Amazing [Image Source] Everyone reading this will be able ... | September 27, 2017 - Check Out These Surprisingly Good Gaming Platforms Any hardcore gamer will know that the platform is ... | September 20, 2017 - Boosting Your First Person Shooter Games With The VR Experience VR headsets have taken the gaming world by storm; ... | September 10, 2017 - Fallout 4, The Best Role-Playing Game On The Market? Fallout, the award-winning series of post-apocalyp ... | September 7, 2017 - 5 Reasons Why Online Gaming Is So Popular Let’s face it; online gaming is popular. Even if ... | September 4, 2017 - What it Takes to Be a Gaming Master Becoming a gaming master isn’t easy; it takes a ... | September 4, 2017 - Spare Room? Time To Get Gaming! If you love gaming and technology and have a spare ... | August 29, 2017 - Make Your Video Games More Visually Impressive Modern games are becoming more photorealistic and ... |

Retailers Drop PS TV Price

0
Posted January 11, 2015 by Ivan "Tech Curse" Mashkov in News
PS-vita-tv

Have you been interested in the PlayStation TV? Well, now might be the best time to pick one up. The PS TV itself now retails for $80 down from the previous $100 at some of the biggest retailers, like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and GameStop. A smart buyer can pick up the PS TV bundle for a cool $100, which includes the microconsole, a controller, an 8GB memory card and a game. A Sony representative indicated to Gamespot that “these price drops are indeed retailer specific.” This price drop is not an official one from the console maker.

The PlayStation TV was released in Japan in 2013 and offers players the chance to experience some of the amazing titles on the handheld. It arrived in North America almost a year after its original launch in Japan. The Vita’s fairly large library is well represented, though titles that employed the touch and motion feature of the handheld are not natively supported. A good example is Uncharted: Golden Abyss. This Vita launch title used both the touch and motion feature as part of the gameplay, as a result it can’t be played on the PS TV.

Remember to keep your sights locked on Gaming Precision for more reveals, news and price drops. Game Responsibly!

Did you enjoy this article? If so, we’d love to hear your thoughts in the comments below. It would be great if you subscribed to our RSS feed or signed up for email updates to get more goodness. There’s lots more where this came from!




About the Author

Ivan "Tech Curse" Mashkov

This is the Japanese Tech Curse, who enjoys GTA way too much and need to lose quite a few pounds. I love open world and I love simulators, so laugh all you want. I am RRR112 on the PSN and Ouya and JTC2008 on Steam, so check me out and let's play!

Around the Network
Laymen's Quickie: EA Sports Downsizes 2011 Online Lineup, Microsoft Gets Ambitious
Chang’e Joins the Gods in SMITE’s Newest Release
Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor Review - Holy Flying Uruk Heads Batman!
The PlayStation Update 10/27/15
Why Gaming Is Actually Good For You