David, a 3D programmer at EA has been responsible for the mechanics behind a number of recent sports titles, including Premier League Stars and Football Manager 2000. He previously worked for Bullfrog and Hammer Studios and is now working on another secret EA project.
David Picon's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1999 title, "FA Premier League Football Manager 2000" (PC) as Programmer. Of the titles listing David within the credits , "Quake III Revolution" (PS2), "FA Premier League Football Manager 2000" (PC) and "FA Premier League Stars" (PC) have been best selling titles.
David's most recent involvement was as Programmer on the 2001 release "Quake III Revolution" (PS2).
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