Tag Archives: Michael Pachter
I usually don’t post Pachter articles, but I think some of you guys would like to see this. Triforce Johnson has blasted Michael Pachter on Twitter tonight. Check out these series of tweets below.
Warning: Suggestive Language (nothing too bad though)
Michael Pachter proves once again you can’t take anything he says seriously. He’s been proven wrong once again, and I will gladly expose him in this video.
Furious Francis claims victory over Michael Pachter and other 3DS haters. In this video, we discuss Pachter’s comments about Nintendo owning the handheld market. And somehow, there might be some dancing in there.
Playeressence’s Furious Francis discusses how Michael Pachter manipulates sales numbers and makes up complete BS to feed his egotistical mind. Using gamers as a resource to further his wealth, and promote his business. This is Vocalize, make sure to subscribe on YouTube to get all of Playeressence’s Original Content first.
Although many gamers have multiple current generation consoles, the trend of financial analysts counting the Wii U out because Microsoft and Sony will release more powerful systems is shortsighted. Who says gamers can’t own a Wii U AND a PS4, or a Wii U and a Xbox 720. I’ve never put much stock into what financial analysts say, especially Michael Pachter, but at this point it seems like hes grasping for straws. Not only has he announced the Wii U will sell 45 Million units in its lifetime, he also states Microsoft and Sony will sell more because they will have “better” systems. Last time I checked, the “better” system seldom finishes first.
Michael Pachter, the research analyst at Wedbush Securities, talked at the Game Monetization Summit, where he had some rather gloomy predictions for Nintendo and the Wii U.
The Wii U is a smashing hit even though there is negativity surrounding the system from the press and industry, this is according to Michael Pachter.
Xbox 720 or PS4 could be the key to stimulating the declining video game market, according to Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter. His statements come ahead of the NPD releasing yearly market figures that are expected to make for grim reading.