PlayStation Vita was pretty impressive from a hardware standpoint when it launched, but it has failed to gain much momentum in terms of sales. Sony slashed sales projections for the handheld multiple times in its first year on the market, and third-party support from AAA publishers dissolved almost instantly. Eventually, even Sony pulled support of the handheld. Even so, Vita has been a popular platform for indie developers. Sony President Shuhei Yoshida brought this up recently, stating that there's no shortage of indie games on the handheld, and it's a great platform to play games. Hit the jump for his thoughts.