A prominent industry analyst believes Microsoft has little interest in replacing its flagship Xbox 360 with a newer console in 2012.
November 2011 is turning out to be an epic months for games, with many of us eagerly awaiting the release of both Elder Scrolls: Skryim and CoD: Modern Warfare 3.
Influential analyst Michael Pachter has added his voice to the growing list of disses associated with the Wii U.
Industry analyst Michael Pachter has joined the growing ranks of those who remain unimpressed with Nintendo's latest console effort.
After years of no new video game hardware, 2011 is turning into a big year with the 3DS and Sony's NGP. And eyes are beginning to look to the Wii, which vitally needs an upgrade. But will it be too little too late?
So if you had a spare $250, would you choose to spend it on a Nintendo 3DS? Yeah, $250 may be a tidy amount of cash, but less than $300 for a handheld 3D console really seems quite reasonable.
Sometimes people forget that the video gaming industry is not all about fun and games.
Nintendo's performance in this console life cycle can be summed up pretty adequately with these two words: roller coaster. Everyone's curious about where the company will go next, and at least one analyst thinks it won't go above and beyond.
A prominent industry analyst believes that Sony's upcoming PSP2 will hit the saturated handheld market DOA - or dead on arrival.
Would you be willing to cough up $100 a year to access Microsoft’s Xbox Live online service?
American folk legend Woody Guthrie once famously said: "Some will rob you with a six gun and [others] with a fountain pen."
3D games like Batman: Arkham Asylum definitely rock. But is the rapidly-evolving medium a fad, or does it represent the industry's future?
Should Activision charge for the privilege of playing CoD multiplayer? Well, most of us probably don't think so, but Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter begs to differ.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter has called on Sony to lower the price of its PSP handheld console so that it can more effectively compete against Nintendo's DS and Apple's iPhone.