I really hope we get PS Vita TV in the west some day. Many of you may recall the original unveiling of the console, which brings PS Vita content to TV sets along with PS4 streaming, media hub capabilities, and more for around $100. Have a look at a Japanese roundup of its features after the jump.
Earlier this week Sony revealed PS Vita TV, a small $100 device designed to play Vita games on TV sets, among other functions. While it's set to come to Japan on November 14, Sony doesn't have any plans to bring it to the west at the moment. More after the jump.
Those looking for a way to play Vita games without, you know, getting a Vita will soon have an option. Sony unveiled PlayStation Vita TV, a small device designed to play Vita games on TV sets, primed for a November 14 release in Japan and priced at ¥9,954 (about $100). Video and more after the jump!
One of the things keeping some folks away from PS Vita was no doubt the price, and Sony has finally taken a step to cut that down. A price drop was announced earlier today, putting the portable at $199 in North America and €199 in Europe. More after the jump.
Sony has done a pretty good job of establishing its platforms as welcoming places for indie developers, and the company went a step further this week. Sony announced the introduction of a new Indie Games category in the PlayStation Store, and the section kicked off with sales on a few titles. More after the jump.
If you played Muramasa: The Demon Blade back when it was released on Nintendo Wii in 2009, the following clips of the PS Vita port, Muramasa Rebirth, should look plenty familiar. Check out Marvelous AQL's latest previews after the jump.
As previously reported, Muramasa Rebirth is coming to North America courtesy of Aksys, along with the DLC that includes four new scenarios and characters. While we don't get to see any of those in action, we can still check out the PS Vita port in a new trailer from Marvelous AQL after the jump.