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 Upton arrived at 18 million figure from previous public guesses
A month ago Indian firm buys 26% of London second screen specialist
A month ago Publisher shuts down operations in multiple countries, closes locations in Austin and Hong Kong
A month ago Kojima, Sweeney, Pratchett head up Malmo conference
A month ago 100 million company shares to go to good causes in China
Rumour A month ago RAM, GPU & CPU upgraded, improved visuals, but all new games must support original PS4
A month ago Quantum Break down to fourth as Souls fever takes hold
Rumour A month ago Google style paid-for result priority could be on the way
A month ago Final call for tickets to star-studded Croatian event
A month ago Devolver Digital and the myth of the Indiepocalypse
A month ago Ex-Gameloft employees find a new home
A month ago Shanghai office brings second Chinese language office to firm
A month ago Is siloed education holding our industry back?
A month ago 32 Teams to take part in first ever UK industry ten-pin contest
A month ago Ella Romanos and the mobile Rocky Horror Picture Show
A month ago Landmark deal sees ex-Sony team join Codies to form "UK racing powerhouse"
A month ago Raising awareness of teen dating violence in memory of murdered schoolgirl
A month ago Legacy Nostalrius server violates usage policy says publisher
A month ago Execution Labs' Keith Katz on why the Montreal incubator has evolved
A month ago Teams to compete for national pride at Rio Olympics
A month ago Master auteur will also pick up Industry Legend award
A month ago Delays in shipping headsets caused by supply line issues, says firm
A month ago Steve Young moves to CRO & EVP, Activision Publishing
"Bungie has a deal with Activision for 20 years or something. We would be interested in doing something like that"
A month ago Paradox is on the eve of an IPO, but Fredrik Wester isn't looking to settle down
A month ago Services firm picks up Beijing outfit for $5.5m