I do not understand some of the negativity surrounding the games : apparently Fur.... is a game for young people as is Re-volt... I do see a wellcome broadening of the offering here . The future looks brighter than the past! Hope this thing will bottom soon. A majority stake was bought in GTIS for 135 M. It would cost 100M to buy AKLM now (178 capi -78 M cash). Is there someone to really believe there is much downside left from here??
Sure, with every stock...we can see this stock get delisted, go bankrupt or get bought out at a 4 (that a 25% premium over today's low!)
In all truth, I believe that this company has significant potential to continue to be a major player, but...the high cost of r&d and advertising is killing all the revenue...it took blockbuster sales of the WWF title to make a measly 15 cents or so in one quarter? That's ridiculous...I would love to see some heads roll, especially when it comes to missing deadline, 6 million dollars for an extension to an expiring WWF license?!
I won't bank on the ECW title to make huge splash in the revenue dept. It will likely sell well, but so do a lot of their titles, but how well do you have to sell in order to see green?
Acclaim is a long term buy now...I would love to see some pr on their internet strategy and perhaps another licensing deal with some one of something good...
Well it's hard to find anything positive on a day AKLM drops another 10 %. But I've just looked up the "MOST WANTED"-list on n-games.com and here's what I've got: South Park Rally 7th McGrath 2000 17th
After seeing the latest pictures of ASB 2001 and Fur Fighters on gamefan.com I think Q3 will bring some positive surprises on revenues because these games (+McGrath 2000) are going to sell big times!!!