Microsoft's first mistake this gen - Slowing down Xbox One production

#71Ryan-06Posted 5/11/2014 6:19:23 AM
The retailers may just dump their excess stock like what happened to the atari ET games.
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#72Miiri0Posted 5/11/2014 7:36:06 AM
epictetus1216 posted...
That's assuming retailers buy that many. They've still got plenty on their shelves.


That is why they stopping xbone production. Even the SHIPping number almost half the number of ps4 SOLD to customers, no one buy them except retailers. Its wise for microsoft to stop production
#73bgwilly255Posted 5/11/2014 9:56:53 PM
chubbychaser posted...
bgwilly255 posted...
ChevelIe posted...



"HOW DO YOU THINK INVESTORS WILL REACT?"


Investors will react indifferently, since an investor would have stock in Microsoft as a whole and Microsoft as a whole is profitable. There are no "Xbox investors".


lol reassurance.

OH yes.. Our product, the xbone is collecting dusts on the retailer shelves. We might need stop its production. Let the other product cover its lost.

Partey time!


It's not reassurance, it's simple logic.
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#74Ryan-06Posted 5/12/2014 4:34:45 AM
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