XBOX 720 to be 6 times more powerful then the Wii-U

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User Info: cnfjti3

cnfjti3
4 years ago#221
Remember, Lehman Brothers was worth billions until it was worth nothing, A bad company that can't make money can fail overnight.

Lol. That's a really, really bad argument. There's just no way Microsoft is in any way similar to Lehman's situation at the time.

User Info: jungfreud

jungfreud
4 years ago#222
cnfjti3 posted...
Remember, Lehman Brothers was worth billions until it was worth nothing, A bad company that can't make money can fail overnight.

Lol. That's a really, really bad argument. There's just no way Microsoft is in any way similar to Lehman's situation at the time.


Thanks, stock analyst. You want to argue that stocks can't plummet on perception based on an informed analysis of the earning potential of a company? I'd be interested to hear that.

User Info: cnfjti3

cnfjti3
4 years ago#223
Thanks, stock analyst. You want to argue that stocks can't plummet on perception based on an informed analysis of the earning potential of a company? I'd be interested to hear that.

That's great and all, except microsoft hasn't plummeted in the last 10 years.

User Info: jungfreud

jungfreud
4 years ago#224
cnfjti3 posted...
Thanks, stock analyst. You want to argue that stocks can't plummet on perception based on an informed analysis of the earning potential of a company? I'd be interested to hear that.

That's great and all, except microsoft hasn't plummeted in the last 10 years.


http://money.cnn.com/2010/11/22/technology/microsoft_stock/index.htm

It sure as hell plummeted in 2008, but that aside, it is obvious that MS hasn't lit a fire under any investor in the last 10 years. THE LAST 10 YEARS. That is most of the time you have been alive. In the world of IT/high technology, that is death. When Nintendo has released a new console/handheld in the last 10 years it has printed money, and they have no "other divisions" to cushion the blow. Microsoft bought their way into the console market by creating a TV friendly PC and selling it at a loss. They are done. Ask anyone who sunk money into Games for Windows Live.

User Info: kaliskonig

kaliskonig
4 years ago#225
I'm never touching a microsoft product at launch ever again. I was foolish to wait 9 hours in line for the original crap box with it's terrible launch and faulty hardware but never again. I will also never pay over 350 bucks for a videogame system.

User Info: Jx1010

Jx1010
4 years ago#226
360 was also more powerful than Wii.............and it lost to the Wii.... LOL

User Info: darkqueenhelba

darkqueenhelba
4 years ago#227
I'm a "core" gamer, so a few of the previous comments make no sense to me. Being a "core" gamer and all....Anyway, I heard it's going to be 16X more powerful.
My response to trolls; GET A JOB!!!

User Info: darkqueenhelba

darkqueenhelba
4 years ago#228
MS also took their first loss this year. So, yeah....
My response to trolls; GET A JOB!!!

User Info: pearlarowana

pearlarowana
4 years ago#229
Jx1010 posted...
360 was also more powerful than Wii.............and it lost to the Wii.... LOL


typical drones bragging nintendo making so much money selling them console with premium price built using very cheap weak outdated components.. rofl.

of yea.. wii is winning against 360. ROFL
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User Info: Spade59

Spade59
4 years ago#230
pearl arowana posted...
of yea.. wii is winning against 360. ROFL


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