Nikkei reports that Seaman’s being revived on the 3DS

Hold onto your hats, SEGA fans! It looks like the world’s douchiest sea creature may finally be seeing a return…on the Nintendo 3DS. In what’s being cited as an initiative by Nintendo to bring other publishers’ classic titles to their handheld, Seaman has been said by Nikkei to be one such game. No other details were given.

We’ll keep you updated on this news as it unravels. The advantages to a 3DS Seaman title would include the system’s built-in microphone, its touch screen, and, assuming they go all out with this, you’d also of course get to see Seaman’s ugly face in full 3D!

Keep in mind that this is not yet an official announcement, but Seaman creator Yoot Saito’s hint back in 2010 that Seaman could very well be seeing a 3DS revival adds credibility to the story.

Thanks to Chaosmaster8753 for the tip.


6 responses to “Nikkei reports that Seaman’s being revived on the 3DS

  1. CrazyTails says:

    I don’t know if this is worth buying… but then again i’ve never played seaman in my life.

    Is it really that great?

  2. -nSega54- says:

    I think for me it’ll depend on the price and if they’re going to be making any (much-needed) improvements to the voice recognition.

  3. HELLO says:

    So now I want them to revive shenmue. come on nintendo!!

  4. bbqchiu says:

    I hope Seaman can port to iPad…

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