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  • Blog Post: Vita TV Renamed PlayStation TV, Coming To The U.S.

    Sony has renamed its Vita TV device for the U.S. The unit will be known as PlayStation TV when it launches here. The device , which has already been released in Japan, will be available for $99 for the base unit and $139 as part of a bundle. The bundle includes a PlayStation TV, a DualShock 3 controller... More
  • Blog Post: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ends Funding Campaign Successfully Doubling Its Goal

    Shantae: Half-Genie Hero ended its Kickstarter campaign on Friday earning $776,084, in pledges towards its $400,000 goal and another $35,878.00 through Paypal donations. It met its $400,000 goal near the end of September , and earned more over the following weeks to eventually meet four of its nine stretch... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Talks More PlayStation Vita TV

    Andrew House, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, took the stage today at Sony's TGS Keynote to discuss the company's vision and more about PlayStation Vita TV. While House reiterated the goal to reach more types of gamers and maintain a PS4 vision that is consumer focused and developer... More
  • Blog Post: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Kickstarter Adds Vita And Vita TV

    Half-Genie Hero, the Kickstarter hopeful fourth entry in the Shantae series, has added Vita as platform . It's not a stretch goal. As long as the game makes its base goal of $400,000, it will release on Vita, as well as the recently announced Vita TV . With 23 days to go, Shantae: Half-Genie Hero... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Japan Shows Off A Day With PlayStation

    As part of its pre-TGS press conference early this morning, Sony showed off a new video featuring the PlayStation 4, upcoming Vita hardware revision , and the new Vita TV . This video gives us a new look at the user interface, Vita and PS4 interoperability, and game streaming. One of the segments includes... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Vita TV Microconsole For Japan

    Early this morning, Sony conducted a press conference for its Japanese customers. Among the announcements was the reveal of the Vita TV microconsole for living rooms. The device will be offered at less than 10,000 Yen and is small enough to fit in a pocket. The device measures 6cm x 10cm (2.36 in x 6... More
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