In addition to announcing the PS Vita TV in Western territories at E3, Sony will also be renaming the device to just PlayStation TV, or PS TV. The PS Vita TV was released in Japan and Asia last November, and has evolved constantly to bring new features. At just 6.5cm × 10.5cm in size, the PS TV is the smallest PlayStation platform to connect to a TV.
Head of Team Ninja, Yosuke Hayashi, has revealed that Dead or Alive 5 is coming to the PS Vita in the new year. The game on the PS Vita will be called Dead or Alive 5 Plus, and will include the full game along with additional content. The console versions will also be expanded with a patch in 2013.
Ratloop Asia has announced that PSN title Rocketbirds: Hardboid Chicken is coming to the PS Vita in Q1 of 2013. The game has been updated with new chapters; puzzles and humor; new Hardboild difficulty setting; and control changes to make use of the PS Vita’s unique features.
Just Add Water has confirmed that Stranger’s Wrath HD on PS Vita will launch early to mid-November at the latest. The release window was revealed to Eurogamer in an interview at the Eurogamer Expo over the weekend. The game is two weeks away from submission with Sony, so it is likely to be available in November providing it passes Sony’s QA tests.