Populært nu PC PS4 Xbox One Wii U. PS Vita 3DS Mobil.There's a connector for the external power pack, LAN, HDMI, and USB ports, and a Vita memory card slot. The 'power' button is hidden on the back, so try there before spending five minutes bashing your controller.With the Vita TV - Sony's new micro console that's currently exclusive to Asia - those games are now returning to the living room. So is it time to ditch the Vita's puny screen and thumbsticks for a huge telly and a controller more fitting.The sides are smoothly rounded and the right houses a Vita game card slot - protected by a familiar, dangly cover. The back is where the real action is, as here you can find all of the ports for getting hooked up.The PS4 controller is also compatible, and its touch panel would surely be an improvement. We tried a couple of the games that made the list of compatible software. First up is the Japanese version of.Just like before, the in-game graphics look spot on. The cut-scenes and text boxes are somehow even better - perfectly crisp and sharp as if they were designed for the bigger screen.OfflineMessage CV: getCv.The app bubbles, previously finger-sized targets, now look like big floating balloons. Open games and apps are arranged off to the right, as a horizontal stack of LiveArea screens. Here, too, is a new addition - a permanent LiveArea screen called 'Topics' which is little.Touch gestures can be emulated in games by pushing L3 or R3 for either the front or rear touch input. Hand icons appear on screen and they can be controlled with the left or right sticks and triggered with L2 or R2.It's hard to tell where Sony envisaged the Vita TV would be kept. Its diminutive size makes it perfect for tucking away (keeping all those cables out of sight). But it is quite a dashing little gizmo, and there are some compelling reasons to keep.Almost two years ago, Sony introduced us to the PS Vita. It was a groundbreaking piece of kit that allowed us to play the sorts of games we used to play in the living room, but now at any time, and anywhere.