Now that the company is getting involved in the mobile games market, sacrifices may need to be made.
The infamous analyst is at it again. This time, however, he isn’t out to bash Nintendo. How refreshing!
With the way technology is advancing, Michael Pachter doesn’t think there’s room in the world for a PlayStation 5 or an Xbox One successor.
The infamous analyst is at it again. This time he’s predicting the downfall of dedicated video game consoles.
Apparently the Big M has a special offer planned for the holidays. Guess I’ll have to sit on the fence a little bit longer.
According to everyone’s favorite analyst, Nintendo’s days as a hardware manufacturer are numbered.
The current NoA boss would make a far better leader at the Big N, according to one analyst. Something tells me his body is ready.
The slew of different hardware options isn’t an issue for Steam Machines, according Pachter. Instead it is the operating system.
Is it about time the Big N throws in the towel and cowers to the mobile market? One analyst seems to think so.
Ubisoft’s decision to delay its ambitious open-world action game was the right move, according to one analyst.
Battlefield 4 Bugs “More Of An Issue For The Gaming Press Than It Was For Gamers,” According To Pachter
I don’t know about you, Mr. Pachter, but I know a lot of gamers who took issue with Battlefield 4’s technical problems.
The infamous video game analyst is at it again. Are indie games really not true Game of the Year contenders?
PlayStation Vita has struggled to reach a wide audience and everyone’s favorite analyst believes there’s no saving the platform.
Everyone’s favorite analyst believe Microsoft’s latest console will continue to trail PS4 until there’s a price cut.
However, the infamous analyst still believes that the $500 price tag is going to put it behind PS4 in sales this holiday.
If Nintendo’s got nothing noteworthy to show, why bother spending money on a massive press event?
The Wii U has a tough road ahead, and a price drop alone might not be able to do much to save it from the console abyss.
Sony has impressed the most vocal video game analyst in the world. Meanwhile, the Wii U looks like it was built on quicksand.