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Pachter Believes That Red Dead Redemption 2 Arriving On Nintendo Switch Is Extremely Unlikely

One of the biggest video games of 2017 will be Rockstar’s long-awaited Red Dead Redemption 2. The sequel to the critically acclaimed Red Dead Redemption is expected to be the biggest holiday title next Christmas. 137 more words


15 email etiquette rules every professional should know

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The average US employee spends about a quarter of the work week combing through the hundreds of emails we all send and receive every day. 1,279 more words


Pachter Believes The Nintendo NX Needs Full Third-Party Support To Be Popular

Outspoken video game analyst Michael Pachter says that the Nintendo NX will be a success if third-party developers jump onboard and provide big hitters such as FIFA and Grand Theft Auto. 475 more words


Pachter Believes Pokemon GO Success Won't Last Longer Than 4 Months

Outspoken video game analyst Michael Pachter isn’t convinced that the current Pokemon GO craze will last that long and that the novelty of the mobile title will soon wear off with consumers. 69 more words


Pachter: Nintendo Can “Get Their Mojo Back” With NX

Video game industry analyst Michael Pachter has revealed in the latest episode of Siftd’s Pachter Factor that he believes that the forthcoming Nintendo NX platform will be able to hold its own against the mid-cycle upgrades we are seeing from both Sony and Microsoft. 613 more words


Pachter: Zelda Breath Of Wild Will Sell 10 Million NX Consoles 'Pretty Quickly'

Well, it turns out that industry analyst Michael Pachter was extremely impressed with Nintendo’s recent unveiling of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild… 203 more words


Pachter: Doubtful Nintendo NX Will See Much Third-Party Western Support

Famed industry analyst, the one and only Michael Pachter, has discussed the Nintendo NX in his recent Pachter Factor episode on Siftd. Pachter, who is known for his criticism of Nintendo, is convinced that the Nintendo NX won’t get much third-party support outside of Japanese developers, but he does say this could change if the system proves to be a success with consumers. 303 more words