A Japanese commercial released by Sony some days ago gives us another rundown as to how the PS Vita TV will function. The PS Vita TV is a tiny 60mm x 100mm miniature console that lets you play Vita and PSP games with your DualShock 3 controller. As seen in the video, the PS Vita TV will also allow you to connect to PlayStation 4 for remote play, it acts as a secondary hub for gaming when you’re not in the same room as your next-gen PS4 console. The PS Vita TV also supports video and music services, such as Hulu, Music Unlimited and Nico Nico. The PlayStation Vita TV is set to go on sale in Japan at least on the 14th of November 9,480 yen, you can also get the bundled version that consists of controller and storage card for 14,995 yen. The PS Vita TV looks pretty cool, I hope how it gets to work with the PS4 controller. Nothing has been heard about a western release date, be sure to check out the video after the break.