The PlayStation Vita had a noticeable lack of presence at Sony's E3 2014 conference last week, and the news doesn't seem to get much better. According to Shuhei Yoshida, President of Sony's Worldwide Studios, there will continue to be less first-party content coming to the system in contrast to indie and third-party content.
As it turns out, Yoshida believes that the indie market has become a blessing for the PlayStation Vita. He states that with the Vita, gamers can experience hours of fun by jumping in and out of 10-15 minute sessions: something he believes gamers are desiring more and more. Sony has not abandoned the PlayStation Vita completely, though. By utilizing Remote Play and PlayStation Now, gamers will be able to stream PlayStation 3 games on the Vita.
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