Analysts say that this holiday season could be Nintendo's last

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User Info: toma13

4 years ago#1
Reasons include recession, increased competition, and Nintendo's own market saturation.
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4 years ago#2
The more things change, the more they stay the same, eh? - Wars World News - The most chilled AW community on the web.

User Info: AhnoldDood

4 years ago#3
What happened to gaming analysising...

Who am I kidding, I bet most were crap to begin with.

User Info: jackorhoads

4 years ago#4
I wish they'd change the record:
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User Info: mashu

4 years ago#5
The lack of credibility is astonishing.

User Info: DKU_Arich

4 years ago#6
This is hilarious.

User Info: GodofLaziness

4 years ago#7
This is new? They said that last gen and the one before that...
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User Info: darkjedilink

4 years ago#8
He doesn't bother to explain how the $10+ Billion in cash that Nintendo has is just going to disappear in four months, so I'd take his "analysis" with a grain of salt.
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User Info: Vyers

4 years ago#9
I think a more accurate statement would be that Nintendo's Wii U may not recover from a bad Christmas. Subscribe for LPs of Pokemon Snap, The Legend of Zelda, Dragon Warrior, Super Mario Bros. 3, Bionicle, and more~!

User Info: Shadowbird_RH

4 years ago#10
If such analysts lost their jobs over being so wrong, they might have a shred of credibility. How anyone takes anyone with such a history of failure as a Nintendo doom-saying analyst seriously is beyond me.
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