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Well, if you ever come back, at least admit your prediction of 240 million will come true.
Sure, the Wii U still has a chance at boosting sales past PS4 permanently, but 240 million?
In other words, I really wouldn't consider "long-term" as the same thing as one year of bad sales, and then suddenly start selling amazingly until it ends at 240 million.
I just don't understand why you won't admit you were wrong. Year by year It's going to be like this:
2013 - It's at 3 million, it will be at 12 million at the end of the year.
2014 - It's at 7 million, it will be at 30 million by the end of the year.
2015 - It's at 12 million (Just a guess for August 2015), it will be at 60 million by the end of the year.
So, what are you going to do if I'm right about 2015? Are you going to say "In 3-4 years, Wii U will multiply It's sales by 20"?
To finish this off, you should be able to see that 240 million is crazy. You're stubbornness on this subject is almost as bad as if a Musim said "Jesus isn't the way" even after they're thrown into Hell for not believing in him.
Besides, you should be glad that not everyone like the Wii U... "for that which is highly esteemed among men, is abomination in the sight of God."
Hey John, you've been very vocal about your Wii U sales predictions. But what about the 3DS? What are your 3DS sales predictions? Here are my own:
-2011: 13,5 millions (succeeded, reached 15,03 millions)
-2012: 27 millions (succeeded, reached 29,84 millions)
-2013: 40,5 millions (succeeded, reached 42,74 millions)
-2014: 54 millions
-2015: 67,5 millions
-2016: 81 millions
-Lifetime: 135 millions
And just like the WiiU, I think it will last ten years before the launch of it's successor.
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