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PlayStation TV

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation Vita
3.4 out of 5 stars 783 customer reviews

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Playstation TV
  • 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.
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Edition: Playstation TV

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.
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Edition: Playstation TV
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 4.4 x 6.6 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 14, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (783 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #284 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Edition: Playstation TV Verified Purchase
I think that I might genuinely love the PlayStation TV.

That being the case, you might be wondering why I've given it a 3 star review. Well, there are reasons for that. Hang in there and I'll get to them. But to begin with, maybe I should explain just what the PlayStation TV is, as there seems to be some confusion surrounding the purpose of the device.

In a nutshell, the PlayStation TV is a stripped down version of the PlayStation Vita. It runs the same OS, it has the same interface, and it plays the same software (with some caveats. More on that later.)

For a person like me, there are two major draws to this microscopic games console: it's between $100 and $150 cheaper than the Vita (depending on the model you buy) and can be connected to a television via HDMI. This is very important to me because I'm not keen on handheld gaming in general, especially when the device in question relies heavily on a touch screen interface. I have trouble keeping touch screens clean, and the Vita itself never feels particularly comfortable in my big Rock Bitter hands.

Because I'm not much of a mobile gamer, I never take the Vita out of the house and would greatly prefer to play my games on a TV. This console allows me to do that. The system is equipped with ports for both Vita memory cards and physical Vita game cards, so whether you prefer to buy Vita games digitally or physically, you're all set to play. The system is also capable of playing PS1 Classics and PSP games, although in this regard it only supports digital content as the system lacks a UMD port or a CD drive.

It's worth noting that the unit comes pre-packaged with an HDMI cable, which is something that was woefully missing from previous gen console releases.
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The Playstation TV is a case of caveat emptor--in other words, buyer beware. It's a 'know what you're getting' sort of thing. And your enjoyment of it is going to be directly impacted by whether you're fully informed about what it is you're buying.

As other reviewers have noted, the unit itself is roughly the size of a deck of cards. The "standard" version comes with only an HDMI cable and the power cable. Physically, it feels well-built and has a sleek look to it. It's practically invisible in my home setup and bears a very tiny footprint.

At launch, this unit is really, truthfully only good for one thing: playing (most) Vita games on the TV. Netflix, Hulu, YouTube--none of them work, so its use as a streaming unit for a second television is nonexistent. This is a huge disappointment because I had fully intended on replacing the Wii in the bedroom with this thing, and now the Wii gets to stay until the PS TV is patched. Do not buy this expecting to replace your Amazon, Google, or other device with a PS TV for streaming purposes, at least not at this date. I'm sure these services will be patched eventually, but there is really no reason for them not to work at launch.

A strange thing I noticed is that it did not seem to want to have a strong connection to my WiFi network despite being relatively close to the router. I have my router in my office, which is on the first floor of my house. The next room over, past a half-bath and a closet, is my living room, which is where my PS3, PS4, and Wii U reside. Those consoles, my iPhone, and my iPad all have a full WiFi signal in that room. Even on the second floor of my house, the connection is quite strong, and my iPad never has any problems streaming video from literally anywhere in the house.
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I was really excited about the PSTV. I wanted it to replace the Chromecast for video streaming in my bedroom, while also allowing me to play my library of games. It does neither well at all.

Full disclosure, I am a huge PlayStation fan. I have owned all of the PS consoles and handhelds (at launch) since the first one, and I have owned no other brand of console since then. I love my PS exclusive games, and I've been a PS+ member from the beginning. I love PlayStation, so it was only natural for me to pick this item up at launch like the other systems. I was very disappointed and will be seeking a refund. Here's why.

If you're looking to use the PSTV for video streaming, definitely look elsewhere. Although you can download and install Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, they will not run. Since I'm not an anime fan, my only choice for video streaming right now is Sony's own Crackle, which is frankly terrible. It's free so I can't complain too much, but the selection is terrible and the commercials are obnoxious. It is in no way a replacement for Netflix, or even a temporary stop-gap while Sony figures out how to get Netflix working.

So the PSTV is next to useless on the video streaming front. I know, I shouldn't be buying a micro-console for video streaming. But the precedent and expectation has been set that ALL current PS consoles can run Netflix. They should have not launched it without this capability.

My second major complaint is the full-screen advertisement that is the "Featured" section. When you close an app or game on PSTV, instead of bringing you back to your home screen, it drops you onto the "Featured" screen, which is a list of content that Sony is pushing -- ads for new games and videos.
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