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Jerry Holkins on Human Resources Kickstarter Pitch

Posted by Planetary Annihilation Inc (Creator)
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Confirmed; we're better than mutants. No-one else gives a stamp of approval quite like Penny Arcade's Jerry Holkins. In the new video update we've got for you today, Jerry discusses what he likes about Human Resource's Kickstarter pitch and our non-mutaness ... Or un-mutantness ... Non-mutiny? Whatever the opposite of mutant is. Anyway, check it out:

We're excited that you're getting as excited about Human Resources as we are. The work isn't done quite yet. We need to keep getting the word out. Tell your friends! Tell your mom! Yell at your computer. Let's keep moving.

Also, spoiler alert: we've got another ... hot video coming to you this week.

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    1. Wytchwood on

      Honestly, this was..awkward to watch.

    2. Evan Hirsh on

      Hot pepper gaming? That sounds fun! The last one was pretty great.

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      Billy Riddell on

      I agree you guess are better then mutants. At least as far as I know !
      But as far as the Kickstarter it looks like a cool Game in the works.

    4. Eddie Freeman
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      Make it indeed!

    5. Aaron Gigley on

      lol i agree MAKE IT i have been yelling at my computer for a straight 10 minutes then my voice gave out guess i will have to get my friends to yell at their computers ;)

    6. Radon on

      Holkins?! You did it again and named an artillary after a real person?
      Just like the Mavor in SupCom?!

    7. TheWrongCat on

      Yelling at your computer has more of an effect than you might think, especially if you do it at the library.