Wedbush Morgan Securities Analyst, Michael Pachter is at it again, this time siding with development firms bent on working their employees to the brink, stating in a recent episode of his own show that game developers should not expect overtime pay, don’t need unions and should expect crunch time.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 is already the most pre-ordered title this year, and that alone should point to the fact it’ll sell well above 20 million units, even eclipsing Black Ops’ last record. But Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst Michael Pachter’s believes because of the new “Elite” service Activision’s introduced for Call of Duty, some loyal fans may jump ship for another ride. A ride with EA and DICE’s Battlefield 3.
Although most of the media was more/less pleased with the announcement of Wii U, Wedbush Morgan Securities sees the new console as outdated and coming two years late.
The ever entertaining Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst Michael Pachter is looking into his crystal ball again, and this time what he’s seeing is a trial by DICE to topple Call of Duty in terms of sales, but finds that their efforts will be rather futile, as there’s “no prayer” to help them accomplish such a fit.
Pachter is at it again, the Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst’s issued hardware sales estimates for the U.S. for the month of December, claiming Microsoft’s Xbox 360 outsold Sony’s PS3 by more than a two-to-one margin.
Here’s tough talk for ya: Pachter claims Sony will lose millions upon millions because of the latest GT5 Delay.
While SCEE boss Andrew house is celebrating PS Move’s success, Pachter’s decrying the peripheral’s initial sales numbers. He said PS Move sold “well below expectations.”
There are many gamers who’d love to buy a Wii but they just can’t seem to justify the purchase. To them, the console’s still last gen, with way to much shovelware and not enough quality titles.
But if Nintendo releases WiiHD, one with even more power than Sony’s PS3, with multiplatform games looking even better on the system, they will opt in.
Pachter’s in alignment with the notion, he thinks it’s high time Nintendo upgraded.
I’m sure you can remember Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter’s statement recently, after the NPD sales report showed that the gaming industry experienced more declines for the month of June when he and others like himself predicted growth.
Here’s some news you can use. Rumors have been boiling on the internet concerning Modern Warfare 2, claiming that soon, the game’s online multiplayer won’t be free any longer. Said rumors began reverberating even louder when popular industry analyst, Michael Pachter, said that’s what publishers like Activision must do if they want to realize bigger profits in the future.
Well, you won’t need to worry any longer, because according to Infinity Ward’s PR man, Robert Bowling, this will never happen.
Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter, has said recently that the new Xbox 360 made up 40% of total US sales for Microsoft in the month of June.
Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter believes that the new premium service from Sony, PlayStation Plus, will see one million new subscribes this year alone.
Not too often we get someone who’s not afraid to speak his mind on the touchy subjects of the day in any arena. People mostly shy away from saying controversial things, even if true, to avoid the chastisement that usually follows.
In this case it’s the gaming industry. No one would dare go up against Sony and talk extremely harsh about its products, especially PSPgo, but one man did. Nobody would even think of contesting Epic Games and the deal they have with Microsoft to even go as far as saying the developers regretted it, but one man did.
Yes indeed, others would be afraid of being punished, cast aside and neglected, but not this man; he’s basically gone up against every major developer, publisher and console manufacture saying things that most would die before blurting.
At E3 there are always surprises, and ever since Microsoft entered the game things have gotten even more intriguing. For the past three E3s or so, the software giant has been nabbing titles that were once exclusive to Sony’s PlayStation platform from all angles and genres.
From GTA 4 to Final Fantasy XIII, Microsoft has made E3 an exciting place again. But what’s left to steal? And will Sony flip the script on Microsoft this time around? We don’t know for sure, but the much respected and lauded Wedbush Morgan Securities analyst, Michael Pachter is “hoping” for fireworks this year. Whether it’s Epic Games or even Insomniac Games, at E3 something big should, and will happen.
Wedbush Morgan Securities Analyst is a wealthy man; wealth earned by predicting trends. He said most of his clients are worth billions and he travels throughout the year helping executives make well informed decisions while his staff, a big one, stays in the office and make his work easier. “It’s hard work’” the man confesses, and the reason why he’s the most successful analyst in the business is because the other guys and gals are just too “lazy”.
But with all his smarts and being a well respected analyst, he knows when to back down, say ‘I’m sorry” or “I was wrong” and take it like a man. And that’s exactly what he did with Red Dead Redemption. Apparently Pachter thought that the move Rockstar made by developing a Western title was a bad one, and they would live to regret it later. He was wrong.