The greatest lie in Video Game History?

Seaman has just completed its 10th anniversary. While most players have forgotten about this Dreamcast oddity, others are said to continue believing in the rumors that the strange talking creatures portrayed in the game were actually inspired by an obscure scientific discovery made in the early 20th century by a French anthropologist.

Eastern Mind goes in search of the long lost Seaman myth in an article that covers one of the most brilliant and influential viral marketing campaigns that ever took place within the industry of digital games – surely one of the brightest moments in the history of SEGA's beloved 128-Bit console.

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Bereaver4069d ago

I remember Seaman asking me if I wanted him to open up a can of whoopass on me. That made my day. Later that day, there was a new headline in the newspaper. Seaman died of starvation.

Julie4069d ago (Edited 4069d ago )

i will never forget Seaman , we had a lot of fun talking nonsense :3

beware of the Seaman!