PlayStation TV was always an odd product; it was very niche in its capabilities, but never did anything particularly well. It's no surprise, then, that the peripheral sold rather poorly. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony's Worldwide Studios, seems to agree with us.

"It didn't capture the consumers' imaginations," the executive explained to Game Informer yesterday. "It's a hard concept to explain. You could say it's a mini-console, it's a video streaming device. If we say it's a mini-console, like other mini-consoles, people expect a better device like PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. It's short in that delivery. When you say it's a video streaming device, there are other devices with higher definition video. It has some unique things like remote play for PS4 games. It can do many things, but it's not easy to say this one thing is extremely good. I think that's the reason we were not able to convince people at the original price."

You can read all about that in our review. Now's the time when we hand the mic over to you. What do you think of Sony's pseudo-streamer, pseudo-console? Let us know down below.