Sony Computer Entertainment Japan brought some new hardware to the Tokyo Game Show this year, much to the delight of the awaiting crowd. The company revealed the PlayStation Vita TV, a new hardware system that will allow gamers to seamlessly play PS Vita games on their television. This will also allow the PS Vita to connect to other PlayStation products connected to their home network, through the newly revamped Remote Play feature.
Fans should be excited for the The Playstation Vita TV, it will allow Vita Games to be playable with the new DualShock 3 controller, but since it can also stream games, that means it can also stream all media content (Hulu, Netflix, Youtube, etc) to a players big TV as well.
If this interests you, then you should know that the PS Vita TV will hit Japan first for 9,480 yen before tax and will launch in that region on November 14. This will also come bundled with a Vita TV, DualShock 3 controller and a new 8 GB Vita memory card. More details on the devices and bundles will be announced closer to the North American release date.