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Speaking at the Game Monetization USA Summit in San Francisco this week, Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter said that Nintendo president Satoru Iwata should be fired for his handling of the Wii U and the company in general.

"I don't know why Iwata is still employed," Pachter said during his presentation, according to a GamesIndustry International report, adding that the Wii U

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Yeah, and make bayonetta 2 available on the ps4!

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"The next generation of consoles is probably the last," he added. "We expect frequent model updates instead of new consoles. I think the PC is going to make a comeback, the PC will be the hub of all this stuff."

Huh? Where is he getting that idea from?

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didnt this goofball say last generation was going to be the last? Yeah analyst/ scam artist ,no surprise.

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Huh? Where is he getting that idea from?

 

Well, considering that the new console ARE mostly PC, the only thing being different is the OS. So, you can probably port this OS to plain compatible PC and make it work.

 

The new AMD APU "Kaveri" sound exactly like the APU built into the One and PS4, if not better.

 

The SteamBox will probably offer a real challenge to the traditional console.  And guess what, it's a PC....

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Advice to analyst: STFU. You're too stupid to talk.

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Advice to analyst: STFU. You're to stupid to talk.

*too

 

:whistle:

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i wonder if Nintendo would sell their soul to make Mario & Zelda bloated with Tablet (and now XB1 & PS4) disease: microTransactions

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*too

 

:whistle:

Its early :(

 

The point is still relevant.

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Speaking at the Game Monetization USA Summit in San Francisco this week, Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter said that Nintendo president Satoru Iwata should be fired for his handling of the Wii U and the company in general.

"I don't know why Iwata is still employed," Pachter said during his presentation, according to a GamesIndustry International report, adding that the Wii U

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analysts are actually comedians

from 2009
 

"I think we've seen the last generation of consoles," Pachter said at the GamesBeat conference today. What Pachter saw in his crystal ball was this: Nintendo might release an upgraded Wii with HD and more storage, but Sony and Microsoft probably won't release another console. That's because there's just no more money in it, and third parties won't want it either.

"[Third party publishers] are not going to support a PS4 or Xbox 720," he said. "The content is not going to change in any meaningful ways because the publishers can't afford it."


The developers of OnLive are on the same wavelength as Pachter. "This is the last major console cycle," OnLive's Steve Perlman said. "If not this one, then definitely the next one."



David Cole of DFC Intelligence thinks that by 2012, the PS3 will be king of the software sales hill and Nintendo and Microsoft will be forced to put on new consoles.


LAWL

http://www.escapistmagazine.com/news/view/90443-Pachter-This-Is-The-Final-Generation

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A better question is why does Michael Patcher still have a job?  I guess analyists aren't paid to make accurate predictions, they're paid to write click-grabbing articles.

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