PlayStation TV will support nearly 700 games on Oct. 14 launch

Nearly 700 titles will be playable when the PlayStation TV launches next month, which includes Vita, PS1 and PSP games.

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Sony announced its PlayStation TV would be launching in North America on October 14 for $100 bucks for its base unit, while a special $140 deluxe bundle will include a DualShock 3 controller, 8GB memory card, HDMI cable and a copy of The LEGO Movie Videogame for Vita. We also knew select Vita, PS1 and PSP titles would be playable, and today, Sony has confirmed nearly 700 games will be playable at the launch of the PlayStation TV.

The list of titles available to play on PlayStation TV includes a number of popular games, including Killzone: Mercenary, Persona 4 Golden, God of War: Collection, Borderlands 2 and Patapon to name a few. Sony has detailed what games will be compatible with the PlayStation TV, so if you’re interested in that full list, head on over to the product’s support page.

PlayStation 4 owners may also be interested in the PlayStation TV considering the device will allow you to use the console’s Remote Play feature. That means you can play your PS4 on any other room that has a PlayStation TV set up. I know I’m going to be picking at least one PlayStation TV up so I could enjoy my PS4 from the comfort of my bedroom.

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    September 22, 2014 1:30 PM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, PlayStation TV will support nearly 700 games on Oct. 14 launch.

    Nearly 700 titles will be playable when the PlayStation TV launches next month, which includes Vita, PS1 and PSP games.

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      September 22, 2014 1:42 PM

      Why in the heck isn't this compatible with Wipeout 2048? Really grinds my gears.

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        September 22, 2014 1:43 PM

        I recall it had motion controls. Does the PS TV support other games that have motion-based controls?

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          September 22, 2014 1:52 PM

          Did a quick google search, and apparently the only reason is because the menus use the touch screen.

          I think it's pretty sad Sony couldn't be bothered write a script to allow the analog sticks to operate a cursor to take the place of the touch functionality.

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            September 22, 2014 4:19 PM

            Ugh - is THAT the reason? That's both extremely lame and lazy.

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      September 22, 2014 1:46 PM

      how much do you have to pay for each game?

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        September 22, 2014 2:52 PM

        What ever it is on the store? Most indy games are from 5 to 10 bucks. Retail games are a little more expensive.

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