Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter says he believes Nintendo is currently in a "world of trouble."
Earlier this week, Microsoft abandoned a slew of unpopular and controversial policies which severely limited the use of its Xbox One and accompanying games. Fortunately, even more changes are apparently afoot in Redmond, as Microsoft may very well decide to lower the price of its next-gen console sometime in the near future.
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter says Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One console will likely have a starting price of approximately $400.
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