Rumors of a beefed-up "PlayStation 4 Neo" or "PlayStation 4K" have been floating around for a while now, with the expectation being that we'll see the high-end hardware at next week's E3. Well, part of that is true at least. Sony's Andrew House spoke to the Financial Times, confirming a new, upgraded version of Sony's console that will support Ultra HD video and other improvements. House also confirmed that we won't be seeing the updated PS4 at E3. Read on for more.
In theory PlayStation TV—which lets you play (most) PS Vita games on your TV along with PlayStation 4 remote play and PlayStation Now streaming—is a great idea. Unfortunately it never fully caught on, and as a result shipment of the product has come to an end in Japan. More after the jump.