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PlayStation TV Console Coming In October

The newest "console" to the PlayStation brand comes in a format set to rival those of Chrome, Apple and Roku but as a game streaming device.

The PlayStation TV (PS TV) device is launching on October 14th in the United States and Canada. Sony is also pleased to announce that there will be 700 titles available to stream on day one of the consoles release. The library is to hold games across three generations of PlayStation gaming, so if you are crazy about an older title on an older model, this is the console for you. It is priced at $99.99 for the console itself or $139.99 that includes the console, a controller (DualShock 3), an 8 GB memory card and The Lego Movie Videogame.

PS TV bundle

Wal-Mart has a limited time edition bundle that includes the standard bundle plus Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.

The PS TV works along with the PS Now service in which gamers will be able to rent games from a library for a specific amount of time depending on the tier that you choose. While recently this service has come under-fire for its pricing model, Sony is looking into reformatting its model. Rumors have circulated that it may become more of a Netflix-like model.

The console has an abundant of features, but one of the overlooked and underrated features is the ability to remote play, or stream for those who do not know what remote play is, from your PS4 console.

Source: PlayStation Blog

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