The God of War Collection, which was announced for Vita last month, will support Vita TV, according to Famitsu via Siliconera. The microconsole has not been confirmed for western release yet, alas.
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Sony is believed to be casting early lures to PlayStation Network developers while it weighs up the possibility of bringing PlayStation Mobile to Vita TV.
This Japanese commercial for the Vita TV tracks the daily life of one family over the course of decades as their living room habits change and evolve; it puts a pretty strong emphasis on the TV as something whole families can share, which makes Sony’s new device seem pretty attractive.
Sony has made changes to its policies regarding how many devices you can activate on a single PlayStation Network ID, allowing you to access newly purchased content in multiple ways.
Vita TV and the new, slimmer Vita 2000 model aren’t on the cards for European release yet, but PlayStation UK managing director Fergal Gara hasn’t ruled the possibility out, either.
Speaking to Nikkei’s Tech On! blog, Andrew House, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment has revealed the company has no plans for the Vita TV “in the US and European market at this point”. The box will be released in Japan first due to there being “no leading company in Japan’s video streaming market” then […]
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