Michael Pachter pulls out his crystal ball, and gives his opinion on the Xbox One X, on whether Sony should be worried, and on the performance of the Nintendo Switch.
Michael Pachter Thinks Project Scorpio Shouldn’t Be Priced Above $399; PS4 Pro Might be $349 by Christmas
Wedbush Securities Analyst Michael Pachter explains why a Project Scorpio priced above $399 would be "a problem" and foretells a price cut for PS4 Pro during the Holiday season.
Crystal ball holder extraordinaire Michael Patcher weighs in on the chances for Nintendo Switch to be successful on today's market.
Michael Pachter Predicts PlayStation VR and Oculus Will Succeed; PS4 Hardware “Humongous Value” for VR
Virtual reality is still moving its first wobbling steps, among the requirements for high frame rate and the still often unknown pricing for hardware, but well known Wedbush Securities Analyst Michael Pachter has a quite clear idea
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter spoke at DICE Europe last week, and he had some really interesting things to say on this console generation.
Despite the launch of the juggernaut of Destiny, Webbush Morgan analyst Michael Patcher believes that game sales will be down for the month of September, compared to last year.
Xbox’s Phil Spencer Thinks Sony Will Have a Good E3: “Great Brand;” Challenges Pachter’s Predictions
There have been conflicting predictions on the outcome of E3 next week. Some predict great things, while others expect a rather bland show. One of those that predicted a mediocre outcome is Wedbush Securities Analyst Michael Pachter,
An Hour With Michael Pachter: a Talk on PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, Titanfall’s Exclusivity, Morpheus and More
We spent almost a whole hour chatting with Wedbush Securities Analyst and crystal ball holder extraordinaire Michael Pacher, who gave us his opinion about quite a few different topics, ranging from Morpheus to Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo,
Kinect is “Irrelevant.” Xbox One Will Get a Price Cut but Sony Is in Position to Stay Ahead, According to Pachter
Wedbrush Securities analyst and quintessential crystal ball holder Michael Patcher feels that Kinect was former Interactive Entertainment Busioness President Don Mattrick's favorite child, and now Mattrick isn't at Microsoft anymore. That's why he thinks that the technologically
Irrational Games’ Closure Is a Nail in the Coffin for the BioShock Franchise According to Michael Pachter
The closure of Irrational Games caused a bit of an earthquake in the gaming community, especially between fans of the BioShock franchise, and Wedbush Securities analyst and crystal ball holder extraordinaire Michael Pachter gave his own take
AMD's finances have been on a bit of a roller-coaster lately, but Wedbush Securities Analyst and crystal ball holder extraordinaire Michael Pachter feels that this won't spell trouble for Sony and Microsoft's new consoles, that are powered
Wedbush Predicts 12 Million PS4 Sold this Year, 9 Million Xbox One, 3 Million Wii U; 40 Million PS4 by 2016
Wedbush's Equity Research Department released today an enormous document with its predictions about this year in the gaming industry, and according to the analysis firm the new generation of consoles will sell the following amounts:
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter is known to be very vocal in his judgment of the initiatives of console manufacturers, and according to him Sony simply isn't big enough to foot the bill that would entice publishers
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter is known to be very vocal on what Microsoft should do to catch up to Sony in the battle between the Xbox One and the PS4, and today he mentioned during the
Wedbush Securities Senior Analyst Michael Pachter was asked during the latest episode of the Pack Attack videocast what's his opinion on the possibility of Microsoft selling its Xbox Division and his reply was quite clear cut:
Pachter Believes Sony Manufactures 1.4 Million PS4 A Month: “Fully Intends to Kick Microsoft’s B*tt”
During the latest episode of the Bonus Round videocast on GameTrailers Wedbush Securities Senior Analyst Michael Pachter presented some quite interesting calculations on Sony's and Microsoft's production capability.
During the latest episode of the Bonus Round videocast on GameTrailers some quite interesting predictions were made. According to Wedbush Securities Senior Analyst Michael Pachter we might see cheaper last generation consoles soon:
Microsoft's next-generation console, the Xbox One, endured much ire from gamers in the wake of its announcement this past May. Among DRM and other concerns was the disappointment over the bundling of Kinect with the system, a
There have been some theories floating around about the Xbox One being designed with such a strong focus on TV as some sort of Troy horse to secure a place in many families' living room by being