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And then this happened: Denis Dyack gets interviewed by Penthouse Pets


1:44 PM on 07.30.2008
And then this happened: Denis Dyack gets interviewed by Penthouse Pets photo



I'd like to shake the hand of whoever came up with the idea to put videogame industry folks into a bed with scantily clad Penthouse Pets. Das Gamer and Complex magazine, I salute you.

The latest in Das Gamers' video series, Silicon Knights' Denis Dyack (wearing a sports coat, jeans, and sneakers) explains the forthcoming Too Human to two Pets (who are wearing nothing but their underwear). Denis does a pretty decent job of keeping his composure as he explains the mythology behind the game, as well as "what defines the human soul."

After taking it all in, one Pet responds: "Very cool. Very cool."

Right. Check out part one and part two over at Das Gamer. Also, I am wearing all of my clothing, but be sure to check out my hands-on Too Human preview.






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