Wii U a mistake Nintendo may never recover from, claims Pachter

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Posted 5:28pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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Wii U a mistake Nintendo may never recover from, claims Pachter
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Posted 5:28pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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You know what I'm pissed, IT'S BEEN 3 MONTHS MICHAEL-TRASH-COM-PACTHER!!! Have flipping Patience!! (So angry we share a name...)

I'm guessing he's short minded, he completely forget how badly the 3DS was doing, even though it's seemingly recovered, via great games!

Or how the N64 and GameCube weren't exactly big hits for Nintendo, but they managed through that!
Posted 5:30pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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    Pitcher would you kindly go away now.

    The guy does my head in and hasn't got a clue on the industry. Why do so many *****ing listen to him.
    Posted 6:38pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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    This makes me feel better, if Pacther says something it usually turns out to be the opposite of the truth.
    Posted 6:43pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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      I don't know
      Posted 10:09pm on Mon 18 February 2013
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      Only time will tell. There is no denying that the WiiU start was not good, compared to other consoles not only your brand but others. Time wiil tell...
      Posted 1:14pm on Tue 19 February 2013
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      I agree with him. I think they came too soon.
      Posted 1:27pm on Tue 19 February 2013
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      I agree with this statement. Granted he is only reacting to numbers but the numbers don't lie. As a new console the take up should be far greater.

      By getting to the market first Nintendo had a massive opportunity this past Christmas. It failed. Now talk of new consoles with no doubt more robust family experiences that will be advertised to the max are on the fringe which will undoubtedly effect sales further.

      It doesn't take an analyst to see that this spells out problems for Nintendo no matter how you want to sugar coat things.
      Posted 1:19am on Wed 20 February 2013
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      Nintendo will find a way as there been around for 30th years so there will fix it for the wii u the big proml is there will not put a dvd or Blu-ray player in it
      Posted 11:07am on Wed 20 February 2013
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        Nintendo will find a way as there been around for 30th years so there will fix it for the wii u the big proml is there will not put a dvd or Blu-ray player in it

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        Been around way longer than that!
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