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Xbox 720 Will Win The Next-Gen Console War, According To Pachter

Posted on Monday, March 11 @ 08:16:57 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
This weekend, at SXSW, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter made some awfully bold predictions, not the least of which included a claim as to who will most likely come out on top at the end of the next console generation.

Spike TV's Geoff Keighley posted the following image on Twitter, taken from the panel:
 

That's certainly some bold talk, especially when considering we haven't even seen what Microsoft has planned for next generation, but these kind of controversial predictions are all part of Mr. Pachter's charm, right? As you can see from the slide, a TV tuner and Skype functionality are thought to serve as the console's biggest advantages.

Do you think Pachter's next-gen predictions bear any weight? Is he just spitballing or is he actually on to something here? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


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