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PlayStation Now Open Beta Launches Today on PS Vita and PS TV

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10w ago - PlayStation Now Director of Marketing Peter Jamshidi announced that their PlayStation Now Open Beta launches today on PS Vita and PS TV platforms.

Below are the details, to quote: Starting today, the PlayStation Now Open Beta will be available on both the PS Vita and [Register or Login to view links] systems in much of the mainland U.S. and Canada, in addition to already being available on PS4 and PS3*.

Our vision for PS Now is to make it possible for more people than ever to have quick and easy access to PS3 games, making it as easy to stream these games as it is to stream TV, movies, and music.

PS Vita is an important part of that vision, as you'll be able to rent a game on one device, like PS4, then continue playing on your PS Vita or vice versa.

That's possible because of our cloud technology, which lets you play select PS3 games from our library of over 150 PS Now titles including God of War: Ascension on both a home console and a handheld device without the need for game downloads, installs, or patches.

PS Now makes the value of PS TV even better. The system, which launches today and starts as low as $99.99 MSRP, also provides one of the most affordable ways to get access to our library of PS3 games available...
 

Video: Sony PlayStation TV Arrives Today in North America, Details

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10w ago - Sony Director of Product Planning & Platform Software Innovation Don Mesa announced alongside a video that PlayStation TV arrives today in North America with details below.

To quote: [Register or Login to view links] makes its debut today in North America with hundreds of games available to play.

Whether you're using PS TV to play PS4 games in another room of your house through Remote Play, or playing PS Vita hits like [Register or Login to view links] on the big screen, the system has something for everyone. Starting at $99.99 (MSRP) for the standalone system, it's one of the best deals in gaming.

It's easy to set up, yet offers amazingly deep gameplay. It sits in a special place in the PlayStation platform ecosystem - as it can play titles from PS Vita, PSone, PSP, PS3 (through PS Now), and PS4 (through Remote Play).

Of course PS TV plays entertainment content, including popular movies and TV shows that can be downloaded from PlayStation Store. PS TV will also launch with video streaming apps Crackle, Crunchyroll and Qello, and stay tuned for additional entertainment content we'll be adding soon to the PS TV lineup.



 

Killzone Mercenary Update: PS TV Support and More Detailed

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11w ago - Guerilla Cambridge Tech Director Matt Porter shared a Killzone Mercenary update today announcing PS TV support and more as detailed below.

To quote: When [Register or Login to view links] was first announced, we were super excited at the idea of having [Register or Login to view links] running on a big TV screen.

So, we went to work on making that idea happen, and are pleased to announce we can finally share the results. Killzone Mercenary update 1.11 is now available across all regions, bringing full support for the PlayStation TV system to Mercenary.

The game does indeed look fantastic on the big screen, and the DualShock controls bring a new feel to the game's mechanics. We've reworked all the touch mechanics to maximize the experience when played with those controls.

Knowing that PS Vita players will play directly with PlayStation TV players online, we've worked hard to ensure the game is balanced for both parties, without either one having a competitive advantage.

Also, as part of update 1.11 and in response to player feedback, we've finally been...
 

Tales of Hearts R Out 11/14 on PS Vita & PSTV, Pre-order Detailed

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11w ago - Bandai Namco Associate Games America Inc Associate PR Specialist Grace Liu shared pre-order details today for Tales of Hearts R which is due out on November 14 for PS Vita and PSTV today.

To quote: We are making Tales of Hearts R's 14th November launch on PlayStation Vita something to remember! The latest western JRPG release in the long standing 'Tales of' series will be compatible with PlayStation TV!

Many of you asked for such a feature and we are more than happy to make the PlayStation TV's launch even more awesome.

That's not all however! In the tradition of previous 'Tales of' releases, we are happy to reveal more info on our pre-order promotion and Digital Limited Edition in the Americas!

Pre-order Tales of Hearts R in the Americas from participating stores and get a classic 'Tales of' costume set with outfits paying tribute to a range of previous 'Tales of' games on launch day! This exciting content will be included as a digital bonus while supplies last.

If you'd rather get the game digitally, you can buy the Digital Limited Edition on the PSN and get the same six awesome costumes! But don't procrastinate, because the Digital Limited Edition will only be available until the end of November.

Save the date: Tales of Hearts R is coming to...
 

Sony Outlines PlayStation TV: The Ultimate PlayStation TV FAQ

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11w ago - Sony Product Planning & Platform Software Innovation Director Don Mesa outlined PlayStation TV today by introducing The Ultimate PlayStation TV FAQ below which includes DLNA support with a Network Media Player!

To quote: [Register or Login to view links]'s North American launch is set for next Tuesday, October 14, so we wanted to get the ball rolling by providing a comprehensive resource for all topics related to PS TV.

Though certain details are still being finalized, this FAQ will cover a range of topics about this sleek and compact new addition to the PlayStation family. Topics covered include everything from the system specs and benefits to accessories, PlayStation Plus features, the launch game lineup, differences from PS Vita, and much more.

Please leave your questions in the comments. We will continue to update this FAQ leading up to launch, integrating new answers and additional details as they are confirmed.

PlayStation TV System Details

How much does PS TV cost? When does it come out?

The PS TV system will retail for $99.99 (MSRP) for the standalone system in the United States (and CAD $99.99 [MSRP] in Canada) when it debuts on October 14, 2014 across North America. There will...
 
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