Blane Humphries's Blog
Proven public relations professional with more than three years of experience in the video game industry. Adept at creating media buzz for mobile, PC, and console games through written communication and a deep network of industry insiders.
Additional experience across sectors of the game industry, from working as a games journalist and consulting on all stages of game development for dozens of games. Deeply experienced shaping games from Alpha to post-launch updates including quality reviews, mechanic critiques, and in depth assessments.
Game Developers have more skills than what meets the eye. Let's take a moment to appreciate all of the hidden talents they use to create great games.
Buzzwords and phrases are used by marketing departments in every industry to generate hype about a new product. The games industry is no exception.
With the announcement of a new edition of the Razer Blade, what are your thoughts and reactions to Razer's gaming laptop lineup?
This is my gamer origin story. Without Command and Conquer, I would not have discovered my passion for video games.
Community Managers serve as the ambassadors between the studio and the fans. Without them, gaming studios would be left in the dark on how to appeal to their core audience.
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[Blog - 05/22/2013 - 08:36]
This was a great post. ...
This was a great post. I really enjoyed reading it. r n r nI actually wrote a blog very similar to this recently. It 's interesting to see the evolution of the importance of Community Managers in today 's gaming/social culture.
[Blog - 05/14/2013 - 12:50]
This was a great article ...
This was a great article r n r nI think the problem is getting people to realize that Big News Coverage isn 't everything. This is especially true when it comes to Indie titles. While many gamers go to the big sites like Kotaku and IGN, people who are interested ...
[Blog - 04/25/2013 - 05:33]
That sounds awesome I did ...
That sounds awesome I did not even think about system creation. I will definitely add that to my list of resources as an effective CM Thanks