Is Nintendo in a world of trouble?

Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter says he believes Nintendo is currently in a "world of trouble."

Analyst: Microsoft to lower Xbox One price tag for 10 year console cycle

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.

Pachter: Xbox One to start at $400, PS4 at $349

Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter says Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One console will likely have a starting price of approximately $400.

Not even a (belated) price cut can help Nintendo's Wii U

Nintendo may have released it's next-gen console almost a year ahead of Microsoft and Sony, but it is quite clear that most core gamers are waiting for the Xbox 720 (Next) and the Playstation 4 (PS4).

Analyst sees Wii U price cuts



Nintendo rolled out its long-awaited Wii U console yesterday, with a white Basic priced at $299 and a black Premium weighing in at $349.



Will GTA V be all that and more?

Sometimes people forget that the video gaming industry is not all about fun and games.

Would you pay $100 a year for Xbox Live?

Would you be willing to cough up $100 a year to access Microsoft’s Xbox Live online service?

Analyst insists multiplayer is going subscription

American folk legend Woody Guthrie once famously said: "Some will rob you with a six gun and [others] with a fountain pen."

Is Microsoft's Kinect too expensive?

Is Microsoft alienating core gamers by pricing its Kinect peripheral at $150?

Is 3D gaming just a fad?

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 CoD multiplayer?

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.

Analyst recommends PSP price cut

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.