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Do you like movies and television shows? Do you like videogames? Do you like tiny boxes? Even if you only like two of the three things I mentioned, Sony’s PlayStation TV is something that will likely interest you. Streaming services, remote gaming, and dedicated gaming are all possible with Sony’s little set-top box… assuming it’s still called a set-top box when it fits into the palm of your hand.

Coming to the US (unlike the fundamentally identical PS Vita TV) and Europe for only $99, the PlayStation TV offers multiple features. First and foremost, you can use streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Then there’s PlayStation 4 and PS Vita remote play, which allows you to play PS Vita and most PS4 games on your box as well as your console.

Once PlayStation Now rolls out across the PAL region, PS TV will be able to stream PS3 games too. Then there’s a huge library of PS Vita, PSP, and PS One titles to stream and play. All of this can be done with a Dualshock 3 or Dualshock 4 controller.

There’s no release date yet, but expect it by the holiday season.

As I mentioned in my post about GTA V coming to PC and next-gen consoles, I’m considering purchasing a PlayStation 4, and the PlayStation TV definitely sweetens the pot a little bit.

via Into Mobile

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