released on Jul 29, 1999

Seaman is a virtual pet video game for the Sega Dreamcast. It is one of the few Dreamcast games to take advantage of the microphone attachment. The narration is voiced by Toshiyuki Hosokawa in the original Japanese-language version and by Leonard Nimoy in the English-language version and the face of Seaman is actually that of the game's producer, Yoot Saito.

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interesting and certainly weird. thought provoking if you are in the right mindset. however by the end it just kinda gets boring as you have to sit through seamans monologues about how lame humans are... Also unless you have patience of steel and play the game legit over the course of like an irl month you are just gonna have to keep resetting the game to move the clock ahead a day every time you want to move on with the game. You could say doing that is cheating, but man my dreamcasts internal battery is cooked so thats kinda the only way i can play the thing. Still a game worth checking out for its uniqueness alone, especially since the game managed to get an official english localisation. Probably the strangest digital pet game you could have, but like in a good way

i NEED to smoke a blunt with this fish

it is actually insane that this game is so good at what it does