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Pachter: PS2 software sales to become ‘almost irrelevant’ in 2009

Despite the fact that the PS2 saw a price cut just three months ago and still selling quite well, Michael Pachter is claiming that the system is nearing the point of complete insignificance. In Wedbush’s “2009 Interactive Industry Report,” Pachter explains that he expects “PS2 software sales to decline sufficiently (around 64%) to be almost irrelevant to overall software sales growth, with PS2 software comprising less than 4% of overall software sales in 2009.”

Sony’s is probably not ready to give up on its most cost-efficient console, and it great champion, the game consoles that made them millions of dollars but in today video game business, the PS2 is last generation winner. It death is assure.

[Via Joystiq]