Sony's website where you can find a PlayStation 4 kiosk near you, Experience PlayStation, is wildly inaccurate. Apparently, the nearest PlayStation kiosk to me is in the floral design company Bella Rugosa.
Try it out for yourselves and let us know where your nearest kiosk is in the comments!
Here's more information about the PS Vita TV:
- Plays PSP, Vita and PS1 games
- Has all the Vita apps for movies, HULU, Netflix etc.
- Runs Vita OS
- 9450 Yen / $100
- Can Remote Play PS4 to another TV if the one the PS4 is connected to is being used.
- Launches in Japan on November 14
- 6cm x 10cm console
- There will a be a $150 bundle for the console + 8GB memory card and a white Dualshock 3.
- Any Vita games that use touch are not compatible. Possibility for updates for those games to make the compatible.
This seems like an amazing device for $100 if you are already invested in Sony or have never bought a PS Vita or don't care about playing games on the go. But, does this mean the death of the PS Vita? Would someone buy a $200 Vita when they can buy this for the home? Did Sony just beat Apple to the punch?
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PlayStation 4 reserves 3.5GB of its 8GB GDDR5 memory for the operating system, leaving 4.5GB of space for game code, according to current PlayStation 4 documentation shown to Digital Foundry by a well-placed development source. However, further sources suggest that an additional 1GB of "flexible memory" may be reclaimed from the OS reservation, based on availability. Read the entire story at Eurogamer.
Xbox One = 3GB OS and 5GB for games.
Playstation 4 = 3.5GB OS and 4.5-5.5 for games because of "flexible" memory.