Archive - Dan Pearson

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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.

Twitter: @danbojones

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2 "For kids' games, I think it's out of the question"

A month ago Joyful Works' Basar Simitci draws a line under free-to-play apps for children

2 "At that time I started making this terrible mistake"

A month ago Molyneux keynote at Reboot entertains, but avoids the elephant in the room

Patrice Desilets announces new game: Ancestors

A month ago Episodic third-person game spanning human history will be "Assassin's Creed meets Civilization"

6 Only 2.4% of gaming views on YouTube come from official channels

A month ago Fan-made content remains king, with Minecraft ruling the roost

1 Strong year sees Sony climb above Microsoft in revenue rankings

A month ago But Tencent still the world's biggest games company with 37% growth

Mortal Kombat secures UK #1

A month ago Biggest launch ever for fighting game series

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Borderlands creator Matthew Armstrong leaves Gearbox

A month ago "It's just time for new adventures."

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Phil Harrison's new company: Alloy Platform Industries

A month ago Executive returns to world of start-ups, licensing "unannounced Microsoft technology"

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1 Microsoft confirms Harrison's departure

A month ago Farewell note from Phil Spencer indicates amicable split

Plans crystallising for Nordic Game Conference 2015

A month ago Awards nominees named and Investment Summit announced

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Sulake: 15 years of Habbo Hotel

A month ago CEO Antti-Jussi Suominen on mobile, monetisation and muting

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2K Australia closed down, all jobs lost

A month ago Country's last major AAA studio laid to rest

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2 Report: South East Asia is the world's fastest growing games market

A month ago Why some smaller territories might make more sense than China

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10% Discount on passes for Develop: Brighton for GI readers

A month ago Book soon for extra savings on tenth anniversary event

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7 Report: Packaged games still account for majority of EU revenues

A month ago UK, France, Germany and Spain still focused on boxed market, says survey

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Slush PLAY: Start-Up Festival Turns its Lens on Gaming

A month ago Organiser Salóme Guðmundsdóttir​ on the move from Helsinki to Reykjavik

Rami Ismail named as Indie Day Keynote for Develop: Brighton

A month ago Vlambeer founder heads up Thursday's Indie speakers

6 LEGO goes up against Skylanders and Infinity with Dimensions

A month ago Franchise-mixing range encourages kids to "break the rules"

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3 "I had my first build in a few hours, so why not share it?"

A month ago Steam Spy creator Sergey Galyonkin talks data, disclaimers and the margin of error

Report: Firmware update sets Chinese Xbox Ones region free

A month ago Machines thought to be able to play imported games, international multiplayer

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Capcom Europe sees second new CEO in 4 months

A month ago Katsuhiko Ichii takes over from departing Hiroshi Tobisawa

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Exclusive: Rod Cousens leaves Codemasters to become new Jagex CEO

A month ago Frank Sagnier takes helm at Codemasters

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Gary Dunn's Indigo Directory

A month ago Why the SEGA and Codemasters veteran's freelancer directory is free until it's worth paying for

Square Enix Collective expands to direct investment

A month ago Publisher offers alternative to crowd-funding for indie teams

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16 Survey: One third of EU 11-64 year olds interested in owning VR

A month ago Gamers more interested than general population at 44%