Archive - Dan Pearson
Dan Pearson joined Eurogamer in 2006 before moving over to GamesIndustry in 2010. He covers all areas of the business and spends much of the rest of his time Monster Hunting and killing dwarves in poorly constructed fortresses. His dog is brilliant.
A month ago SyFy ends companion series after three seasons, F2P MMO remains
A month ago Korean publishers end hostile relationship in $533m deal
Rumour A month ago Rumours suggest machine could be in public hands in 2016
A month ago Executive shifts from CFO position at parent firm
A month ago RSI banked $33m last year, compared to $20m for Kickstarter's video games
A month ago Eurogamer, Videogamer, IGN all amongst winners
A month ago Tech likely to be focused on Internet of Things rather than games
A month ago Artists, animation and programming specialists needed for free career sessions
A month ago £4 million to be distributed to studios over next four years
A month ago Project Lead Johnny Lee on Google's environment-mapping future tech
A month ago Blizzard legend Rob Pardo on the importance of keeping a few "sharp edges"
A month ago Motion and positioning sensor tech should contribute to VR development
A month ago 4m sales in week one, digital sales double, online games triple
A month ago Shuhei Yoshida says platform still exceeding expectations
A month ago Newzoo lays out a roadmap for competitive gaming's growth
A month ago deltaDNA says newer devices more likely to switch, but many people cautious
A month ago John Riccitiello's vision for the future of Unity
2 months ago 174K games & apps with 2.5bn installs across 1.1bn devices in just 4 months
2 months ago But: "We have no plans to close Honeyslug"
2 months ago Opening Keynote begins Monday at 10am EST/3pm BST
2 months ago Over a third aren't compensated for the overtime
2 months ago Wellcome Trust, Crowdfunder and Standfirst join Thursday's event
2 months ago "I don't think it has been a kind of a rocket launch start"
2 months ago Employment study will "directly influence" use of government funds