Vita TV not planned for US, EU market as yet; can 'technically' stream PS3 games

A round-table interview with Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Andrew House has filled in a few more details about the PlayStation Vita TV microconsole. Engadget's takeaway was that the little console could "technically" support PS3 titles through the same cloud-based streaming available to the PlayStation 4. That's not a stretch, since Vita TV can stream PS4 games, but it's the first we've heard of it.

As for Vita TV's availability in other regions, the device will launch November 14 in Japan and then creep across to the Asian continent, with releases planned for China and South Korea. House says it's not planned for the US or European markets at this point.

Sony recently released a Vita TV compatibility list, so have a look to determine which games are supported through it.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.