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PS Vita TV could 'technically' stream PS3 games

PS Vita TV will play PSP, PSOne and Vita titles, and will eventually be able to stream PS4 titles once both devices are on sale. But how about PS3? 

In a recent round table interview, Andrew House, Sony Computer Entertainment CEO, explained that the streaming set is "technically" capable of supporting PS3 titles through the same cloud-based streaming that will bring PS3 titles to its successor. 

So how about that then? PS Vita, PSP, PSOne, PS4 and PS3 games. Now all we need is the PS2 line-up.

PS Vita TV sounds like it could be a great. What do you think?

Edited On 12 Sep, 2013

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Snake-V2 3 years ago
I think if they can keep latency down to an absolute minimum without compromising image and audio quality then this could be a really great piece of kit. Provided you're not playing FPS's, or other reflexcentric titles, I think it'll work pretty well. A great announcement and a potential gamechanger.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 3 years ago
I am really interested in the device
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Zombieflamingo 3 years ago
It reminds me of the game boy player on the GameCube. They have said though not all games will be supported the likes of uncharted, wipeout and gravity rush won't be. Well not at first.
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Bindiana 3 years ago
I have heard a few people talking about it on podcasts and stuff and does sound very interesting.

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