Sony has announced a new gadget that will be released for the PS Vita later this year on November 14th in Japan. The gadget is called PlayStation Vita TV. It is a version of the Vita that allows players to play Vita games on their television screens without the need to actually own a Vita. PlayStation Vita TV is not only capable of playing Vita titles but also PSP and PSOne Classics.
To add a bit more to this gadget, PlayStation Vita TV also allows players to stream PS4 games to another TV in the house and will support video services such as hulu and NicoNico in Japan. The gadget is set to cost 9,480 yen in Japan for just the system itself, while a Value pack that costs 14,280 yen which includes a Dualshock 3 controller and an 8GB memory card will also be available. At the moment no Western release has currently not been announced.