Sony has admitted that they should have shown off more of the PlayStation Vita during E3.
The company's Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida said a considerable amount of consumers complained to him regarding the lack of presence for the PSP successor during the expo. The exec stressed that the commercially underperforming device should have been focused on more at E3, but due to their history of long E3 press conferences, they clearly wanted to focus predominately on the PS3.
"I got lots of tweets to my account complaining that there weren't many PS Vita games being talked about," said Yoshida. "In retrospect, we should've spent more time showing and talking about our PS Vita titles.
"We [had] 25 PS Vita games playable on the show floor, some of which are really great titles I'm very excited about. We could have spent more time talking about those, but we had a very clear intention this year to make the total press conference shorter, because we're notorious for holding lengthy ones.
"I hope we accomplished that with this year's conference (which I think lasted about 80 minutes), but from the perspective of people who are waiting for more information on Vita titles, we weren't able to provide that."
Sony's E3 press conference saw the announcement of a Vita version of PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, as well as official unveils of Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified and Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation.