PS Vita TV ‘Hello!’ introduction video

PS Vita hits the TV screen on November 14.

With PS Vita TV due out on November 14 in Japan, Sony has released a four-minute introduction video highlighting the 9,480 yen system’s various capabilities.

Here’s the run-down:

  • You can play PS Vita games on your TV.
  • You can use the same save data across PS Vita TV and PS Vita to take your games on the go and back.
  • If your friends are over, you can play ad-hoc multiplayer while three friends are on their PS Vitas and you’re on PS Vita TV.
  • There are many supported video services like Tsutaya TV, Nico Nico, Hulu, TV Dogatch, and more.
  • There are various supported entertainment services like Music Unlimited, Reader, Joysound.TV Plus, Radiko.jp, Twitter, internet browser, and Nasne.
  • If your PlayStation 4 is in one room, you can play it in another room via PS Vita TV remote play.

Watch the video below.

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