PlayStation TV microconsole out now across Europe

…and other PAL territories PlayStation TV launches today in PAL territories. Something of a Swiss Army Knife, the microconsole allows...

…and other PAL territories

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PlayStation TV launches today in PAL territories.

Something of a Swiss Army Knife, the microconsole allows users to play most Vita games, PSP titles, and PS One Classics. It also supports the PlayStation Now streaming service, PS4 Remote Play, and various entertainment apps, like Crunchyroll. I love me some Crunchyroll!

The device retails at £85/€100, and comes kitted out with a voucher for three Vita games: Velocity UltraWorms Revolution Extreme, and OlliOlli.

I acquired a one of these beasts a few weeks ago when it launched in the Americas and tested out the machine for our Tales of Hears R review. I can safely say the PS TV works beautifully. It’s not without it’s quirks, but is still a great value — especially if you’ve yet to pick up a Vita.

 Check here for the full list of compatible games.

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