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David Nottingham is a Producer and Game Designer working in the video games industry since 1995. He has worked on video games for Warner Interactive, Rockstar Games and LucasArts. He also ran his own production company, DevLove, that worked on games for Sony, Atari and several indie developers. He resides in San Francisco, California. See full bio »
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Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
Lucidity Director
CounterSpy Director
DBZ: Dead Ball Zone


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 2003 Starsky & Hutch (Video Game) (executive producer)
 2002 Serious Sam: The Second Encounter (Video Game) (producer)
 1998 Duke Nukem: Time to Kill (Video Game) (associate producer: GT Interactive Software Corp.)
 1998 DBZ: Dead Ball Zone (Video Game) (associate producer)
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 2005 Serious Sam II (Video Game) (pre-production services)
 2003 Ford Racing 2 (Video Game) (development: Gotham Games)
 1999 Skate and Destroy (Video Game) (quality assurance tester)
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 2014 CounterSpy (Video Game)
 2009 Lucidity (Video Game)
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 2014 CounterSpy (Video Game)
 2009 Lucidity (Video Game)
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 2005 CT Special Forces: Fire for Effect (Video Game) (voice casting)
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 2000 Duke Nukem: Land of the Babes (Video Game) (extra special thanks: GT/Infogrames)

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The public hospital in Dunfermline, Scotland where he was born, later closed down and the building was taken over by a video games development company. That company went on to create State of Emergency, for Rockstar Games, during David's tenure there.

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