I have every American released game for the virtual boy except 3D Tetris (I collected them a few years after the virtual boy collapsed), it IS a pretty stupid idea for a console (no one else can see you playing, annoying red coloring, no multiplayer, no headstrap so you have to put it on a stand and bend over to play it), but some of the games were quite enjoyable.
Mario Tennis was the pack-in game and was a simple pleasure. Vertical Force was a serviceable top down shump which had the interesting mechanic of using the 3D effect to shift to an upper and lower plane in addition to dodging enemies. Wario Land was a great platformer. Teleroboxer was probably my favorite game which came out for the system, it's basically the same idea as Real Steel, as you control a giant robot boxer via a suit and play from the 1st person perspective. It worked great with the 3D, as you ducked you could see the enemy's fist fly over your head, the music would get more frantic as your HP began to drop, amping up the tension. Red Alarm I just couldn't get into, it was like they were trying to make Star Fox, but everything is in wireframe so it has the look of an early alpha or something. One of the other neat features about the system is the controller was ambidextrous, the layout and button placement was identical on both sides.
Sony has done the $10 cash back thing around this time of year for last couple of years. Last year later in October they also did a promotion which gave you bonus months to PS+ when you renewed so those looking to reupp PS+ for a year to get $10 back should wait till near the end of the promotion to see if they do that again.
I think the 'PS VIta TV' name is very fitting for the system, since it seems to play PSVita & PSP games off the bat without the need of and actual 'Vita', with the ability to stream (more like Remote play) PS4 games....BUT! with the need of a physical PS4 in the household.
I'm honestly not too thrilled about getting this product! It's TOO expensive, not portable & it can't play Vita games that REQUIRE the touchscreen controls. I would have rather it be a wireless Remote-play 'peripheral' that would work as TV-Out for the (Physical) Vita & PS4 (if they STILL WON'T add TV-OUT FOR THE VITA! Unlike the PSP-2000/3000/Go!) for a far more reasonable price!
We will have to see how it goes, perhaps for games that don't require too much precision it can be half-assed with the front touch panel of the DS4 or perhaps they could get working do you could do touch with the move.