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Powers part of Sony E3 conference was "a mistake", says Yoshida

Focus on non-gaming properties went on too long according to President of Worldwide Studios.

Sony's Shuhei Yoshida was present during this year's Gamelab conference to pick up an Honor Award for his work in the games industry, and we managed to catch up with him afterwards to talk his thoughts on the company's E3, the move into VR, PS Vita's position in their future plans and what he wants from Uncharted 4 (hint: a good game).

With a couple of weeks to think about it, Sony's President of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida believes while the company had "a lot of positive feedback" to their E3 conference, not everything was pitch perfect.

"We spent too much time talking about Powers," he replied when we asked him about the mid-conference lull. "So we could have made [that] a bit shorter. So that was a mistake."

You can watch the full interview with him below, and check out an extended highlights of the conversation here.

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