PlayStation TV

April 16, 2017 - Comment

A new, simple and fun way to enjoy a universe of PlayStation games and entertainment with the entire family. Whether as a second console for your bedroom or the primary gaming system in your living room, PlayStation TV is an easy way for gamers of all ages and skill levels to enjoy playing games together.

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A new, simple and fun way to enjoy a universe of PlayStation games and entertainment with the entire family. Whether as a second console for your bedroom or the primary gaming system in your living room, PlayStation TV is an easy way for gamers of all ages and skill levels to enjoy playing games together.

A DUALSHOCK 3 or 4 controller (sold separately) is required.
PlayStation Now Service may not be available in all areas.

Product Features

  • Hundreds of PlayStation games to choose from: Including many PlayStation Vita games such as Killzone: Mercenary, God of War Collection, and Borderlands 2, classic games from PS One and PSP systems, and more.
  • Remote Play: Stream most of your PS4 games from your PS4 system to your PlayStation TV over local Wi-Fi (robust Wi-Fi or wired connection recommended).
  • Easy to Set up and Play: Plug in and play on any HDMI compatible TV in your home.
  • PlayStationNow READY: Available later this year, PlayStation Now will give access to an expanding library of PS3 games to stream directly to PlayStation TV.
  • Access to Entertainment: Games, movies, TV shows, and apps on PlayStation Store.

Comments

Kindle Customer says:

Good, with the potential to be great [UPDATED: 10/15/14] I think that I might genuinely love the PlayStation TV. 

TJK says:

Not a bad device IF you know what you’re getting into… Despite its recent success with the Playstation 4, Sony has fumbled badly with ancillary products like PS Vita, PS Now and Playstation TV. As one of the few who’s owned a Vita for 2+ years, I’ve witnessed that system all but die. Major 3rd party titles are now few and far between, and nothing Sony has done has helped reenergize the system. 

CC37 says:

Worth the price for what I need I grabbed this for a few reasons, the room where my PS4 is located gets hot over the summer, so I wanted to have the ability to play games elsewhere in the house(near an AC.) At first, I tried this wirelessly but there were too many issues, so I ended up getting an Ethernet powerline adapter and that fixed any connection issues. It streams from my PS4 pretty well, there is a loss of color/quality though, but ok for casual games like Rocket League. 

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