PlayStation TV, the microconsole that launched in Japan last year, will launch in the U.S., Canada and Europe this fall for $99, Sony announced at its E3 2014 news conference.
The unit, which pairs a television with a DualShock controller to play a variety of games, will cost $99 by itself. A $139 bundle includes the unit, a controller, an 8 GB data card, an HDMI cable, and a copy of The Lego Movie Video Game.
For those who own a PlayStation 4 already, PlayStation TV will allow them to enable remote play on a second TV in the home.
PlayStation TV also will be able to play games from the library of games in PlayStation Now, also launching later this year.
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