That's just in the U.S., but it's a far cry from the 205,000 Xbox 360 units Michael Pachter believes Microsoft sold.
Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter based his estimates, in part, on the cost of materials for the speculated specifications for each console.
Microsoft and Sony both have new consoles coming, so price cuts make sense on existing models. Even the Wii U might get discounted, according to Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter.
If analyst's estimates are right, Nintendo's unit sales for the Wii U would be down 17 percent in the U.S. compared to the previous month, a massive blow to the company's hardware division.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter argues that the issues related to blocking used games on the PlayStation 4 far outweigh the benefits, leaving Sony with no choice but to allow them.
A discless Xbox One with a 1TB hard drive would be a leap for the console market. As with most of the bold moves Microsoft originally sets out to make, the game industry isn't ready.
Nintendo likely had another abysmal month on U.S. store shelves, according to one analyst.
Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter says multiplayer can reduce overall game revenue because players spend too much time with those titles.
The latest edition of the streetwise game has received rave reviews and could well be the biggest launch of the year.
The social network has made headlines with two multibillion dollar acquisitions in two months. But CEO Mark Zuckerberg stresses that's the exception and not the rule.