Mirror mirror on the wall, who’s the worst analyst of them all? All signs point to Michael Pachter, as he’s at it again with...
Michael Pachter’s presentation at SXSW over the weekend had dismal predictions for the future of the Wii U.
Michael Pachter has flipped flopped many times when it comes to his position on the Wii U and Nintendo, Wii U Daily shows.
Analyst Michael Pachter says that, optimistically, the Wii U could sell 45 million units during its lifetime.
Michael Pachter gives his thoughts on why the Wii U is in stock in some places, while elsewhere it’s sold out.
Pachter also praises Reggie Fils-Aime and says that Satoru Iwata is “oblivious”.
In order to compete with next-gen consoles from Sony and Microsoft, Nintendo will slash the Wii U price by $50.
Once again, game analyst Michael Pachter is predicting the demise of Nintendo and its Wii U console.
Nintendo will ship 3 million Wii U consoles by Christmas 2012, and they’ll all sell out, according to game analyst.
Nintendo expects to sell 5.5 million Wii U consoles by March 2013, but analyst Michael Pachter believes this is unrealistic.
The flip-flopping continues: this week, analyst Michael Pachter doesn’t like the Wii U, apparently.
Analyst Michael Pachter believes Nintendo will manufacture 3.6 million Wii Us in 2012, and up to 1.5 million will go to the US.
Pachter is impressed by Nintendo for securing Bayonetta 2 as a Wii U exclusive.
He believes Nintendo will limit Wii U manufacturing to 12 to 15 million units in the first year.
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.