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PlayStation TV coming to NZ...

14 Aug 14

PlayStation owners will be happy to know that the PlayStation TV hardware will be shipping to Kiwi shores this November.

PlayStation TV releases this November 14th in New Zealand and Australia. It will cost you NZD $159.95. A good piece of hardware for those that own multiple PlayStation devices such as a PS Vita and PlayStation 4 consoles.

PlayStation TV is a great device allowing you to play your favourite PlayStation 4 video games on a separate television via Remote Play functionality. PlayStation TV also allows you to play PS Vita, PSOne and PSP games further expanding the Remote Play experience.

If you've always wanted to play your PS Vita games on the television, PlayStation TV is your key to doing exactly that. Over 100 PS Vita games will be compatible with the PlayStation TV hardware. PS Vita exclusive games such as Uncharted: Golden Abyss, Killzone: Mercenary and more will be bigger and better with PlayStation TV.

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