Controversial industry Analyst Michael Pachter isn’t too impressed by the variety of titles we will see at E3 next week. He believes that there’s going to be too many generic shooters and not enough originality coming from software developers. Thankfully he believes Nintendo will change all that and add some well needed innovation into video games. What do you think?
“You’re going to play [simulation] games and shooter games and that’s all the choice you’re going to get.”
“It’s sad. I think [developers] see 30 million Call of Duty, Medal of Honor or Battlefield purchases every year and think, ‘My God, this genre’s really huge, I gotta have a piece of it.’ It’s too bad that Nintendo’s where they are, because they’re the guys that do keep it fresh. They always have creative non-shooter games that are fun.”
– Michael Pachter