The Wii U won't sell over 20 million units in its lifetime, according to (some) analysts.
Analyst believes that Nintendo's core business is in "bad shape" and that the Wii U is the worst console in the company's history.
An analyst says Nintendo is doing well to appeal to hardcore Nintendo fans, but children and other casual gamers have little reason to check...
Nintendo will ship 3 million Wii U consoles by Christmas 2012, and they'll all sell out, according to game analyst.
Analysts from IHS predict that the Wii U will be a popular console, selling 50 million units in just 4 years.
Pachter is impressed by Nintendo for securing Bayonetta 2 as a Wii U exclusive.
Despite selling out all over, business analysts are still not impressed with the Wii U.
Wii U will sell 10 million in the first 14 months, which will be half of what the original Wii sold.
Pachter believes Nintendo will make 1 million Wii U consoles per month, and they'll all sell out into 2013.
Wii U needs to be $300 to be profitable, and $200 in order to sell well to the mainstream crowd, says analyst.
The Wii U has a lack of "anticipation and confidence" among consumers, say video game public relations reps.
Games analyst believes Nintendo will have a hard time convincing casual gamers to buy into the Wii U.
Michael Pachter, the widely known video game analyst from Wedbush Securities, post a weekly videoblog called Pach-Attack, where
Wii U sales will only reach about a third of the Wii sales, according to game industry analysts.
Despite what some are saying, the general consensus among analysts is that the Nintendo Wii U will do
According to analysts from Japanese Macquarie Capital Securities, investors should avoid buying into into Nintendo stock until after
Not everyone is excited about Nintendo’s new Wii U console. Noted game analyst Michael Pachter said, during his