The game streaming device formerly known as PS Vita TV will roll out later this year in Europe and North America with Sony quoting a price €99/$99, but until today we were in the dark over the British pricing.
Unsurprisingly, as T3 reports, the fee represents quite a mark up for Brits over their American counterparts, who'll effectively paying £60 for the privilege.
UK gamers must fork over £25 more for the device and Eurogamer, but contrary to earlier reports a DualShock 3 controller won't be part of the package.
In the US gamers can grab a bundle with a DualShock 3 controller, a HDMI cable and the Lego game for $139, which still works out cheaper at £82.
Sony has confirmed there's no bundle option confirmed for UK gamers at this stage.
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