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{{sub-stub}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is an Irish video game programmer and designer{{ref|https://dperry.com/}}, and founder of American developer [[Shiny Entertainment]]. Known for his numerous contributions to the game software industry, and for his particular style of direction-driven camera control in his various [[Sega Mega Drive]] games, Perry has become one of the Western game worlds more recognizable celebrity developers, and has remained working in the game industry (most notably co-founding game streaming service [[wikipedia:Gaikai|Gaikai]] in 2008.)
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{{sub-stub}}'''{{PAGENAME}}''' is an Irish video game programmer and designer{{ref|https://dperry.com/}}, and founder of American developer [[Shiny Entertainment]]. Known for his numerous contributions to the game software industry, and for his particular style of direction-driven camera control in his various [[Sega Mega Drive]] games, Perry has become one of the Western game world's more recognizable celebrity developers, and has remained working in the game industry (most notably co-founding game streaming service [[wikipedia:Gaikai|Gaikai]] in 2008.)
  
 
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David Perry
Place of birth: Lisburn, Ireland, United Kingdom
Date of birth: 1967-04-04 (age 54)
Company(ies): Mikro-Gen, Probe Software, Virgin Games, Shiny Entertainment, Gaikai
Role(s): Programmer, Designer, Executive

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David Perry is an Irish video game programmer and designer[1], and founder of American developer Shiny Entertainment. Known for his numerous contributions to the game software industry, and for his particular style of direction-driven camera control in his various Sega Mega Drive games, Perry has become one of the Western game world's more recognizable celebrity developers, and has remained working in the game industry (most notably co-founding game streaming service Gaikai in 2008.)

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