The PS Vita TV still remains something of a mystery, but a new Japanese video today showed off some of the new microconsole's functionality.
The ad shows the PlayStation Vita TV streaming a PS4 game, Knack, over Wi-Fi to a TV, and playing an upcoming PS Vita game, God Eater 2, on the TV as well.
The new-ish PlayStation console also allows users to stream media, including video and music, from a variety of services.
The Vita TV is currently only announced for Japan, but there's hope that it will head west to the U.K., Europe, and the U.S. eventually, possibly next year.
Before now we've seen little of the Vita TV in action, so this promotional spot provides a welcome glimpse, even if we can't understand what they're saying.
The PS Vita TV is priced at 10,000 yen in Japan, which translates to the low price of around $100 / £65 / AU$106.
It doesn't offer the portability of a PS Vita, but with such a low price tag and an interesting feature set the Vita TV could prove a success.
Sony announced the downgraded PS Vita at the Tokyo Game Show in September.
At the same show the company announced a new, smaller, more colorful PS Vita called the PS Vita 2000.
The Vita 2000, however, is also unconfirmed outside of Japan.
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