According to a report from Nikkei's Tech On blog, House told a group of journalists following Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show event this week that the PS Vita TV will release first in Asian markets including Japan, China, and South Korea.
Western markets will be left out, though no rationale was provided.
"Therefore, SCE is considering providing PS3 games to the PS Vita TV by using the service in the future," House said.
The Apple TV-style device measures 6.5x10.5cm and connects to a television, with slots for players to insert their PS Vita game cards. The hardware will also beam games remotely to other televisions within the home, as well as work in conjunction with streaming video services such as Hulu.
The PS Vita TV will allow owners to play PSP, original PlayStation, and PS Vita games directly on their televisions. The system will also work with PlayStation 4's Remote Play feature.
The device will launch in Japan on November 14 for ¥9,480 (around $95), and will also be available in a bundle that includes a PS Vita TV, DualShock 3 controller, and 8GB Vita Memory Card.