As a console manufacturer, I believe you have a duty to show your customers and investors what exciting updates and features are coming to the platform that they play your games on. Sony didnt do that. Microsoft did. I liked that.
Ok, do that at conferences for that, like when Sony revealed the PS4 or when MS revealed the XBOne. Sony will probably show Neo stuff at PSX. There's also CES. Not that I'm saying that they shouldn't mention these things at all, but don't tell me that, and I reiterate, at a games' conference, you win because you announced customizable controllers, clubs (aka Communities, which PS4 has had for over 8 months, now FYI), and that you don't even need to own the hardware that the conference is dedicated to, to play its games. That's kind of ridiculous.
That's like MS announcing an actual Conkers remake or a new entry, and Sony "wins" because they say "you can now add friends list for games with cross play and chat with PC players". Ok, neat. That doesn't trump games at a games' conference, though.
Just popping in. I haven't watched any conference from any company yet. I've only seen the E3 footage of Gears, God of War, and Zelda. I also own a PS4, Xbox One, and WiiU but I admit I prefer Xbox right now.
With that out of the way, I'll say this: E3 has games and that's a major focus but the name E3 stands for "Electronic Entertainment Expo". That encompasses a lot of things, not just games. Calling it a "games conference" is selling it short.
That's all. Carry on.