The Vita TV is coming to America! It's just going to get a bit of an identity change first. Now the micro-console will be called PlayStation TV for North American and European audiences. The good news is that it will only be $99, while still giving you access to the library of PS Now games and the ability to remotely access titles on your local network. As we learned in our review, it's not a perfect device, but it's clear that Sony is investing in the platform... so there could be some significant improvements on the horizon. You'll be able to pick up the newly christened PlayStation TV this fall either as a standalone unit, or as part of a bundle with a DualShock 3 controller, 8GB memory card, an HDMI cable and a voucher for Lego: The Movie Videogame. Though, honestly, we assume if you're in the market for this streaming-only console, you have most of those things already.
Vita TV becomes PlayStation TV in the US, Europe and Canada for $99 this fall
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