For the first time since the Gameboy era at least, players will be able to take their portable gaming console and play it on the big screen. In November 2014, Sony Computer Entertainment are set to launch the PlayStation TV outside of Japan, allowing anyone the capacity to play Vita games on their television at a fraction of the cost it is to buy the actual console (Sacrificing portability of course).
Not all Vita games are supported however, and particularly those that require touchscreen controllers may be difficult to support. However Sony Computer Entertainment have released a list of games that will be playable out of the box, including Persona 4 Golden, Rayman Origins, Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited and Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair. A full list containing the hundreds of supported PlayStation Vita, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Classics can be found HERE.
Sony Computer Entertainment hope to expand their library as more games are released, confirming that Minecraft and many others will eventually see support.