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PlayStation TV launches in New Zealand

13 Nov 2014

Sony Computer Entertainment New Zealand (SCENZ) has announced that the PlayStation TV device is now available in stores nationwide.

PlayStation TV allows you to play PS4 games in multiple rooms via Remote Play. An initial set up is required for you to use Remote Play.

You can also use the device to enable you to play PS Vita games on the television. Bear in mind, not every PS Vita video game is compatible but many of the big titles are.

With PlayStation TV and PS Vita, you can also enjoy some of your favourite PSOne and PSP titles too. There is a range of many old PSP and PSOne games you can download on the PlayStation Store.

PlayStation TV is out now in New Zealand for a recommended retail price of NZD$159.95

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