Rayman Origins, Persona 4, Dead or Alive 5 Plus and Final Fantasy X and X-2 HD Remastered are among the Vita games confirmed to be compatible with PS Vita TV.
Sony this morning said that the device will eventually offer a game library some 1,300 titles strong spanning releases for Vita, PS and the original PlayStation.
Furthermore, the microconsole will also work as a Remote Play Hub for owners of PS4.
PS Vita TV is scheduled for release in Japan on November 14th. It will cost ¥9,480 (£61) for the basic SKU and ¥14,280 (£92) for a bundle including an 8GB memory card and joypad.
Sony earlier told MCV that it has “not made any announcement about whether PS Vita TV will be releasing in the UK/Europe" although it is hard to imagine it not doing so.