The reasoning behind this analysis is that EA's fiscal year begins this month and ends next March, and along with the likes of a new Need for Speed and Star Wars: Battlefront, the publisher would have a very solid line up.
Of course, the problem is that we've seen next to nothing regarding both Mass Effect's next entry and Mirror's Edge 2, but that could all change when E3 rolls around in the next couple of months. Still, we're not completely sold on the idea that both titles will make it to market within a year from now, although we're sure that EA would love such a scenario.
What do you reckon? Do you think that Pachter's right on the money, or is it too early to say? Book yourself into a suspended animation session in the comments section below.