PS Vita TV
is coming to the West, Sony announced at E3 2014. The device that allows you to play Vita games on your TV will cost $99 standalone, or $139 for a bundle including a DualShock 3, an 8GB memory card, an HDMI cable and a digital voucher for a copy of The Lego Movie Video Game.
Users will have access to 1,000 games at launch, which will be ... actually, we don't know, sadly. We do know, however, that it will connect to the PlayStation Now service, which enters public beta
on July 31.
The PS Vita TV may be known by that nom de plume in Japan, but when it arrives stateside, it'll go by the slightly less-complicated-but-longer name "PlayStation TV," which is not to be confused with the PlayStation 3D Display