PlayStation TV launches in Europe today

Everything you need to know about the newest member of the PlayStation family

PlayStation TV launches today across the PAL region allowing you to stream your PS4 games to another HD TV in your home. You can also play hundreds of compatible PS Vita, PSP and PSone games, as well as PlayStation Minis on your TV. Available from £84.99/€99.99 RRP, PlayStation TV comes packed with a digital download voucher for these three PS Vita games:

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With PS4 Remote Play and PlayStation TV, you never have to miss a second of your PS4 games, no matter who is using the main TV in the home. Simply stream your PS4 games to another TV and carry on playing from where you left off.

To make sure you get the best experience during PS4 Remote Play, we recommend using a wired connection. If you need to connect wirelessly, make sure you have a strong signal on your home network. If you need any help with setting up PS4 Remote Play or need any tips for how to improve your signal, have a look at the video below or visit our PlayStation TV FAQ.

There are also tons of PlayStation classics available to play on PS TV, which can be downloaded from PlayStation Store. Compatible PS Vita games can also be downloaded or can be played via a PS Vita gamecard. Click here to see the full list of compatible games. Certain PS Vita games, like OlliOlli, may require the touch pointer to be enabled in order to move around the game menu on PS TV. Check out the online manual to see how this can be done.


Don’t forget, with PlayStation TV, you can also buy and rent the latest movies and TV shows from PlayStation Store (UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain only).

If you have any questions make sure you check out the Ultimate FAQ and if you need any help, head over to the support pages on

Click here to place an order now.

Let us know which games you are looking forward to playing in the comments below. Finally. In case you were wondering, here’s confirmation of exactly how small PlayStation TV really is!


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renaultmilton 14 November, 2014 @ 2:20 pm   1

Cool steps, I will use Remote Play with my PS Tv! Can’t wait to play Angry Birds Trillogy and Angry Birds Star Wars and LittleBigPlanet 3 while remote play in this Xmas! 😀

European_Gamer 14 November, 2014 @ 2:28 pm   2

It is not possible to buy or rent movies and tv shows with a Danish account from PS Vita in Denmark is that really possible with PS TV?
Shows and movies on any TV

This is from [in Danish] “Køb, lej eller stream dine yndlingsfilm og tv-serier fra PlayStation Store, og nyd dem på et andet HD-tv.”

[in English]”Buy, rent or stream your favourite movies and TV shows from PlayStation Store and enjoy them on another HD TV”

    European_Gamer 14 November, 2014 @ 2:53 pm    

    I just noticed that you wrote “Don’t forget, with PlayStation TV, you can also buy and rent the latest movies and TV shows from PlayStation Store (UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain ONLY).” That is very contradicting with it is the same on every site EU site I’ve checked including no, se, be, and fi.


    Sorry man, but I don’t think so. I also live in Denmark, and never seen or heard any news about buying movie and series from the Ps Store. And I do own a Ps4, Ps3 and Ps vita, so there should’t be anything exclusive for the Ps Tv 🙁

    Also no Netflix on VITA/ VITA TV in EU.
    Sony just don’t give a damn anymore.

madmanwithabox12 14 November, 2014 @ 2:28 pm   3


Really would be better if it came at a cheaper price without the games. If people already own those games, it’s just unnecessary padding for the price of the thing. <__<

Not to be a hater, but I never really understood the point of Vita TV. Remote Play to another TV is about the only worthwhile thing it does. PSP and Vita games on the big screen? No thanks. I'd prefer to keep my portables portable. Sorry, but I just don't see the appeal in blowing up games designed for smaller displays and playing them rooted to a TV when I could be free to roam with it.

What TV services are going to be available in the UK? Because we still don't have Netflix on Vita, so what TV services does PS TV and Vita have to actually look forward to? Can it even be called PS TV here?

Sorry to be a Negative Nancy, but PS TV is something I'm struggling to see the importance of.

    MaxDiehard 14 November, 2014 @ 3:27 pm    

    It’s just another PS4 companion like they reduced Vita to. They point out that the main feature seems to be Remote Play to you can play PS4 games away from the console, yet missing out the main point of it.

    ‘Oh look! It also happens to play Vita games too, isn’t that nice?’

    @ MaxDiehard

    No, it only plays a small fraction of the PS Vita games available and if they would advertise that as the big, key feature then the complaints would be “why are they saying it plays PS Vita games when almost none are compatible???!!!”

    MaxDiehard 14 November, 2014 @ 6:15 pm    

    I’m well aware of that, but they’ve horribly butchered this anyway as far as changing the original title of Vita TV.

    It’s clear that Vita is no longer the focus anymore.


Already got it. Can’t wait to try Freedom Wars on my big screen!


    looks good takes a few minutes to get used to the controller but otherwise np 🙂

With the PlayStation TV launch in Europe, it would be really nice of you guys to launch PlayStation Store in Slovakia. Can we expect some good news? Thanks!

Nah sorry… I’m thinking of importing my own Vita TV after all :/

I mean for 83 EUR you could get special limited edition with either Phantasy Star Nova or Danganronpa 1/2… and those were real limited edition… you are giving just standard edition Vita TV with few 3 games, that can’t even compare to level of either Phantasy Star or Danganronpa. Don’t kid yourself :/

Even with tax and customs I would pay around 100-110 EUR… but it would be way more worth it, who doesn’t want those great limited editions?


“Don’t forget, with PlayStation TV, you can also buy and rent the latest movies and TV shows from PlayStation Store (UK, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain only).”

Wow! you can watch movies in 6 countries out of 28 EU countries… and out of like 70 countries from PAL region? You should really brag about it some more.

PLEASE RELEASE CABLE CONECTING PS VITA 1K SERIES TO TV. We already know that so called mystery port was supposed to be used for that very reason, and the only things missing are: 1. Cable 2. Software update


    Where are you importing this Vita TV with these games from?

    Wow, such a cable would be cool. Especially if I could still play games with a regular PS3/PS4 controller and Vita would just be sitting there next to the TV.

    Those 2 versions were limited editions, you can buy them directly from SCEJA that means that it is restricted to JP citizens… but many shops are selling those with their own fee. And if you are lucky and know someone from JP it is great great great great deal.

    Playasia was importing those, but they are bloody expensive. From EU friendly shops there is nin-nin-games… I think that I’m going to try it soon, because I am planning to import Dengeki Bunko

    Danganronpa is no longer available, but you can google it out just to see how cool it looked like.

    Phantasy Star Nova in Nin Nin Games costs only 99 EUR… in PlayAsia… something like 160 EUR if I remember right. There is great (but expensive) way of delivery via Amazon.


    Lets hope your customs officer does not hand you a nice fee for importing it.

The4thViewer 14 November, 2014 @ 2:33 pm   7

My PTV arrived yesterday and I was going through the settings last night and found I can pair my PS3 PD remote with it. Now how about allowing it to be paired with the PS4 too please?

The4thViewer 14 November, 2014 @ 2:34 pm   8

*BD remote

It’s pretty sad that you claim the PS4 remote play as the main reason to get one.

    BleachBeach 14 November, 2014 @ 3:09 pm    

    Quite a strong reason for me to get one. Be pretty handy being able to continue a game elsewhere. Though I’m concerned at the ‘Strong’ WiFi required. How strong is a strong signal? I’m sure each device has different need/rating…

    MaxDiehard 14 November, 2014 @ 3:55 pm    

    Or you could get a Vita, use Remote play and be able to play Vita games on the go.

eVen-eQual 14 November, 2014 @ 3:25 pm   10

I wonder if it works when you have modem and a router. And the ps4 is on the modem, and the PS TV on the router will it work?? I hope so or else i have to use wifi which will be crappy.. If some knows please tell me.


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ducky1549 14 November, 2014 @ 3:28 pm   11

Why isn’t Final Fantasy X/X-2 compatible it was originally a control pad game and there isn’t much touch screen involvement in it?

solarwind12 14 November, 2014 @ 3:28 pm   12

So recommended use with a Wired connection, so why’s it called ‘Remote play’, just wondering if the ps4 needs to be ‘wired’ or the ‘remote play’, or possibly both, which might cause too much inconvenience, wall sockets aren’t cheap, good ones, so added to inflated EU price, was on way to buy one today/tomorrow, this article isn’t really selling it now though, tv services will be needed now, before I do buy, also the idea of using it to watch rented movies sounds nice, but, on PS3/ vita they consider Everyone is up to no good and make it Very difficult to consider using that service, seriously, same IP address but restricted access to rented, even bought movies to ‘designated’ devices, glad I read this before impulse buying yet another ‘possible’ dust collector.


What games I’m looking forward to? Well you’d need to make some for the vita again first


If it could of played PSVita versions of – Uncharted + LBP + WipeOut + TearAway + G.Rush + Resistance:B.Skies then i would of bought it day 1. Shame that 🙁

    johnnycide 16 November, 2014 @ 2:35 pm    

    With the exception of Wipeout (which is unforgivable as an omission), all of those titles rely heavily on touch and motion controls, so would need to be patched heavily. That costs money, and unfortunately it’s unlikely that the developers will patch games which are that old.
    It’s a huge shame, as Uncharted: GA and Tearaway are both excellent games, and deserve a wider audience.

Harrisown 14 November, 2014 @ 3:42 pm   15

Hopefully the store and such will be updated to show if the games are ps to compatible even if your browsing on your vita…

This is a good thing people, rejoice for we have a great way to play ps one games and other legacy titles. Just need Sony to stream line the store slightly.

If I ise a duelshock 4 can I use the headphone jack for party chat or is it the same as the vita( not very good)

TrueMurton 14 November, 2014 @ 3:49 pm   16

Would have preferred a 60 quid option with no games. I’ll wait for the inevitable price drop early next year.

AoNekoAmaru 14 November, 2014 @ 3:56 pm   17

When looking to purchase e.g. a PS1 game from the PlayStation Store, the Store mentions “One time fee for use of downloads on up to 2 activated compatible Home Console systems and 3 activated compatible Portable Console systems.” but when looking at a Vita game the Store only mentions “One time fee for use of downloads on up to 3 activated compatible Portable Console systems.”

Does the PlayStation TV use up a Portable Console license or a Home Console license or will it be a separate kind of license such as how PS4 games can be installed on multiple systems as long as you are logged in?

    MaxDiehard 14 November, 2014 @ 4:19 pm    

    Seeing as it uses the Vita’s OS and functionalities, i’d say it will use a Vita/Portable slot.


Why would I spend £80+ for this when the first gen Vita’s should be able to do this due to the hidden port on the Vita that blows Vita games up to a bigger screen.

So instead of releasing a £5 cable for us Vita owners you want us to fork over more money for a console you still aint going to support.

    MaxDiehard 14 November, 2014 @ 4:20 pm    

    I always wonder what that additional port is for.

    ⋆☆⋆★✰ Marketing✰★⋆☆⋆

    Why make a cable for 7-10 EUR when they “can” earn more on selling Vita TV?

    Muneki Shimada-san who was one of the engineers that made Vita already confirmed that Vita 1k has build-in scaler nad port so that console can be connected to TV. But that is true ONLY for Vita 1k. Vita 2k was made to be cheaper (ha ha ha we all know how it ended up) that is why it no longer have scaler and port… or 3G (frankly speaking never evenused it)… + it is made from worse materials and cheaper screen.

    The only missing things in Vita 1k to make it happen are:
    A- cable
    B- software updated

    Guys! Make it happen! I will buy it! I’m going also to buy Vita TV but I will import it from Japan… but you can blame only yourself.


So are your still using the over priced memory cards to use with this system?

    zalwelgoedgaan 14 November, 2014 @ 4:30 pm    

    I can’t even find decently priced ones in stores. All I see are expensive 4/8/16GB memory cards, the 32GB are gone with the wind.

    If you’re gonna have a propriety format, at least price them correctly and make sure they are available at all times.

    Sony failed on both these conditions.


    Ordered a 64gb card from china for the price of a 32gb card in the Netherlands …

tenshi_alpha 14 November, 2014 @ 4:32 pm   20

I was thinking of getting one to play PSP and Vita games on TV, but looking at the picture, it doesn’t seem to come with a controller…?

I’ve got PS1, PS2, PS3 controllers, a Vita and several PSPs… can any of these be used as a controller with this device?

Hmm. I like the concept of having one microconsole version of the PS Vita and one handheld version of the PS Vita and being able to switch back between handheld and microconsole. It’s a good idea, well done.

But PS TV is definitely not for me, because I already have PS Vita and prefer portable versions for games that were designed with portability in mind. You’d have to be really antagonistic towards handhelds if you would get a PS TV over PS Vita.

I think the future of PlayStation handhelds is a hybrid of Sony Xperia and PS Vita though. I think a completely new iteration of Xperia Play with up to date specs could be moderately succesful in today’s market. An Xperia PlayStation-style device that has Android and can also run the PS Vita OS and run all PS Vita games would be amazing.

    smokeypsd 15 November, 2014 @ 4:55 am    

    You would’ve pretty much had that if Sony had done the smart thing and let the Vita work within the Android echo system ontop of the vita centric games. It would’ve been fantastic to let us use any apps we wanted because as it stands the playstation mobile appstore is a joke. The Vita is a step backwards in terms of multimedia from the PSP as well which is ridiculous. Your options are only marginally better if you live in the US.

Andrefpvs 14 November, 2014 @ 5:30 pm   22

Congratulations on the launch, but since PS TV doesn’t support multiple accounts, it’s not for me. Sorry.

JUST_A_NiCEGUY 14 November, 2014 @ 7:10 pm   23

Why doesn’t Danganronpa 1 work and Danganronpa 2 does? Please patch the game so it works Sony!

As it works on the American PSTV why not in Europe???


This launch has been utterly botched from the start. I can understand the name change, even if it has angered long-term Vita owners, but the rest is inexcusable.

– James Olivier creating a thread saying it would “answer all your questions”, being bombarded with questions he hadn’t answered, then disappearing into the ether, not to be seen again until his next drive-by posting. Other blog staff posting stock answers and not even acknowledging blatant errors.

– Releasing a compatibility list which is littered with more inaccuracies then a remedial student’s end of year exam paper. Games not on the list which are compatible, games on the list which have never been released in the EU, and so on.

– Discriminatory compatibility, with games working in the US, but not working in the EU, like the early Final Fantasy games. This is even where compatibility should not even be an issue – Final Fantasy 1-4 have NO touch screen controls, and should therefore have no problem running. They just need adding to the white list, but of course the PlayStation team just can’t be bothered.

– No communication between Sony and developers. Sony’s technical support saying patches need to be put in place by the likes of Sqare Enix, while Square Enix representatives openly post on their blog, and in their tech support replies that it’s Sony’s problem to sort out compatibility.

– Useless programming for memory card switching that messes up all your carefully placed icons, wallpaers and folders, so they have to be redone every time you want to switch your memory card between your PS TV and your portable Vita.

– Padding the package with three games no-one wanted to try and make it look value for money in comparison to the US and Japanes releases.

Utterly shambolic.

But then, I’m coming to expect that from Sony and the PlayStation team these days. Couple this with a PSN that falls over if it’s sneezed on, maintenance scheduled for our bank holidays because that’s when it suits the almighty Americans, a PS+ service that has plunged to dreadful levels since it became required for online play, and which is nothing like the quality service we got 6 months ago, along with a blog staff who now only post replies to compliments and easy release date questions and you have a company that just no longer gives a damn about its customers.

We we get replies on this thread – I won’t hold by breath!

    solarwind12 14 November, 2014 @ 8:27 pm    

    Can honestly say, couldn’t of put it better myself, good post.

    Tuulenpoika 15 November, 2014 @ 11:28 am    

    Oh my God, I hadn’t even noticed the omission of most of the Final Fantasy titles. Like, holy hell, what? They’re bloody PSP games made available ages ago! Why the hell aren’t they on the list?

Skookie30 14 November, 2014 @ 7:59 pm   25

I think it’s odd that NA vita TV got both danganropa1 & 2 more less parity between the regions.

Do you think that’s fair James Oliver.

Now good news you can add senran bon appite as that work on EU vita-tv.


    Didn’t even realise Dangan wouldn’t work on eu pstv. Now I feel even more like i’ve made the right choice not getting one… why does america get all the love Sony?? Eu is unrequited 🙁


Hi, I guess the answer is no, but I guess the Playstation TV has full HDCP and recording gameplay for reviews/Youtube is out of he question, there are no plans to change this?

Riddimworks 14 November, 2014 @ 8:37 pm   27

Received this morning, hard wired BOTH PS4 and PSTV [strong internet connection/speed], paired my Vita to the PSTV, played Killzone Mercenary [single player], remote played Battlefield 4 Team Deathmatch – Result: Significant lag issues IN BOTH INSTANCES.

After a friendly chat with an Amazon assistant, I will be returning the item ‘tout suite’. In all honesty, I appreciate the ‘handyness’ of the PSTV and experiences may vary from user to user, but in my case the excitement turned into a temporary waste of money and underwhelming experience.

I actually found the abilty to return to my Vita and PLAY Uncharted Golden Abyss and the rest of my PSTV incompatible Vita games strangely rewarding. [sigh]

Just bought PS TV today to play the good old PSOne Classics of Crash Bandicoot…
The blog says it’s available but it’s not…crap!

Still waitin for my PS TV, but I’m dissapointed about, how many of my “best” games are not compatible with that. It’s good that I will finally be able to play Freedom Wars and Muramasa Rebirth on bigger screen. I hope that in the future there will be update to PS TV that bring us more games like Conception II, Senran Kagura, Akiba’s Trip and other Japanese “Pearls” 🙂

halfaworldaway 14 November, 2014 @ 11:16 pm   30

Was looking to buy a PS TV today, not all shops here in Norway sell it and the ones that do have it way over priced. 1200kr(aprox 115 pounds) thats 30 quid more than what other countries are expected to pay, sony get the finger out.


Nice going Sony. making PSTV a 1 psn only device makes it pretty much useless under a tv.

    Andrefpvs 15 November, 2014 @ 5:59 am    


    Agreed. This was a mistake with PS Vita in the first place, but for PSTV it’s inexcusable. Not only multiple people in the house would like to use it, but also people have multiple accounts. Accounts with payed content that they should be able to access on a whim if they want to. Basic customer rights right there.

    Why the HDCP Sony? You have removed if from PS4, remove it from PSTV as well. It shouldn’t be there in the first place. Bring some parity for Pete’s sake. Same for PS3.

drmorris79 15 November, 2014 @ 2:40 pm   32

Oh, another fad. Nice.. So sony ditch one of the best handhelds on the market and then run with this pointless thing? Well done Sony.


    I on the other hand hope this revitalizes the Vita and they start making some nice games for it if this sells well. Just don’t use Vita exclusive gimmicks, games can be good without them. If necessary and really needed just put in Vita specific features, but make the game compatible with this too.

    Only reason I haven’t bought Vita yet is the lack of big budget “real” games.

    It’s not really ditching Vita since this is the SAME THING. If anything it’s just a side-grade 😉


I really want one, but it really should be that 99 dollar price point here in Finland too, not 100+ euros.

TrueMurton 15 November, 2014 @ 7:45 pm   34

But we need to pay 85 quid or over 100 Euros, if we don’t pay 40% more for these things then the they wouldn’t be able to sell them at razor thin margins in the US. That’s how it works this gen, SCEE overcharge so that SCEA and SCEJ can maintain last gens RRP, if we suddenly start paying fair prices then either all prices will have to increase or the PlayStation business will follow the rest of Sony’s businesses and stop making profits.

brianmini 15 November, 2014 @ 8:27 pm   35

Anyone who thinks Vita games won’t scale well on a big to, try Sonic all stars racing… I was playing this lady night thinking wow this is ps3 quality easily.

Also if you have your PS4 and your Vita TV quite far apart, switch off direct connection on the Ps4 if you only get say 1 bar connection, it will be terrible quality and loose connection all the time, better to let it work itself out over Internet and your router. Works a treat for me.

beershot69 15 November, 2014 @ 10:03 pm   36

Can anyone advise me on this???
I know that playstation TV means you Can play PS4 games on another TV in your house but does it allow you to play Blu Ray movies on other TVs?
Thanks to anyone that can answer.

    Biggles158 16 November, 2014 @ 5:35 pm    

    Not sure about the PSTV yet and I still have many of my own questions to ask but as i understand it from all Ive read and these posts the unit is based on the Vita and the remote play function.. If so I’ve found that I can play my PS3 & 4 games on my Vita using remote play (it just repeats the PS screen) but it won’t stream DVD/Blu Ray movies to it.. Don’t know if that helps at all…

    beershot69 16 November, 2014 @ 10:52 pm    

    Thanks you just saved me cashing out on one. Would have been worth the money if it could also play blu Ray films but not without.

I dont own a PS4, but i just went out and purchased the PS TV today to play my favourite PSOne Classics mainly Crash Bandicoot as 3 games were on your list. Set it all up and NO CRASH BANDICOOT in sight!? Can someone shed some light on this please before i take it back


So, Sony. Are we going to see some new games for this that might also work on my Vita? A GT would be nice, perhaps another Killzone? You cant take peoples money based on a limited back catalogue.

CaRcAsOnnE 16 November, 2014 @ 1:28 pm   39

Why disgaea 4 work and disgaea 3 don’t work?, i don’t understand, I have 10 games and only two works, this is bad, really bad.

Biggles158 16 November, 2014 @ 5:41 pm   40

Can anyone help clear up a few questions about PSTV that I now have after read reviews and question like those above..
I have a PS3, PS4 & Vita, I use the remote play to play my 3 & 4 games on the vita just in the same way as PSTV apparently works so is there any way I can connect the Vita to a TV to do the same job as a PSTV..?
I’ve also read that the PSTV only streams PS3 & 4 games in 720HD and stereo not surround sound, as this seems to defeat the point and be a real nonsense can anyone confirm this..?? Seems pointless having a set up anywhere that doesn’t have full HD & Surround Sound….


Got mine, and I love it. Most of my library is playable, including some games that weren’t on the initial compatibility list (like FFX HD Remaster). But here’s some suggestions for features in future firmware updates:

1) Audio out/headset support through the DS4.

2) More games supported. It’s shocking that games like Danganronpa simply don’t work. At the very least, there should be parity between the US and EU compatibility lists, and at best more games should be supported (even if said support is only limited to the Dual Shock 4 due to touch pad, etc.).

3) Save syncing between Vita and PSTV. It’d be really cool if my Vita and my PSTV made sure they were both kept up to date on the save games front without me having to manually download and/or upload saves to the cloud.

4) Every time I use my Vita after using PSTV, it asks me to log in to PSN again. Same goes for when I use my PSTV after using my Vita. It’s a minor inconvenience, as my password is saved so it’s just one extra screen, but it would be nice if I could be logged into both at the same time.

Basically, 3 & 4 are me requesting that the experience between Vita and PSTV be more seamless.


I was quite looking forward to this, until I did some research. Was going to get one for my mum so she could use my ps4 and not have to get her own, but when America get a bundle that comes with a controller etc at the same price as our crappy bundle I get a bit angry. And, probably due to our home internet, streaming games hasn’t worked for me like ever. I tried streaming Watchdogs from my ps4 to the vita when I was sat NEXT TO my ps4, it lagged and gave up after a minute… so this pstv is basically pointless for me. Although, it would’ve been awesome to see Danganronpa on a big screen…

If I had found this updated list
before I bought PSTV this piece of crap I would not regret my purchase!

Can anyone from UK tell me what is happening on the British Islands?

What if SCEE employees are all dead?! What if they were infected with Radical-6 and went insane!? I mean the lack of any kind of activity from their side is highly suspicious! What if all those threads were posted automatically by computer? Look most of those threads indicates that there should be someone replying to our posts… and none of it happens right?

I propose we make expedition to UK, don’t forget to wear hermetically sealed suit… just to be safe. We don’t know what may happen…

SCEE…. please… stay alive!

Valentin55 18 November, 2014 @ 8:20 am   45

bought yesterday my ps tv. pluged into the hdmi cable into my sony tv and its not working… waste of money

    HeikeStagBeetle 18 November, 2014 @ 10:16 am    

    I had that same issue: the HDMI cable didn’t work on the port I plugged it in. Curiously, it did work on the other HDMI port on my TV.

    A better solution was to swap the HDMI cable (I had a spare one lying around). No further issues here. And now, Persona 4 Golden is glorious on a big screen, so in the end I’m happy. I hope that exchanging the HDMI cable fixes your issue as well. Maybe you can exchange the cable at the store where you got the PS TV?

    Valentin55 21 November, 2014 @ 2:07 pm    

    it seems to be that my sony (first generation flat screen) tv hdmi input technology is not compatible with my ps tv. 🙁 Has to buy a new tv


Are you a member of parliament or a local Councillor? Its this type of responce I get when dealing with these individuals on a daily basis.

Have you tried another cable, have you tried another port? Have you switched the damn thing on?

djMister-T 18 November, 2014 @ 8:23 pm   47

I got problems. Connected to LAN cable, when I want to connect with ps4 the PSVTV automatic goes wireless with the ps4 intern wireless network? Than the connection won’t work!! Please fix asap!!!

dastheman89 19 November, 2014 @ 11:43 pm   48

does borderlands 2 and lego batman 2 work

davefrost69 20 November, 2014 @ 8:55 pm   49

Just wondering about limited list of compatible games which are currently available to get from the store… Honestly for example Crash Bandicoot was one of my planned choices and reasons why I have decided to buy PS TB. But now the original list is not valid. Weird, isn’t it? Is there any plan to add missing titles? If there is any blocking point you can’t keep the original list, communication with your customers could be good, Sony guys…

How can i switch from psn on the tv i cant get it
Please fix the psn switch on the playstation tv!!

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