At a press event in Tokyo this afternoon, Sega revealed the sequel to Seaman, the bizarre Dreamcast game in which you looked after and communicated with a virtual half man, half fish pet.
The premise in Seaman 2 remains largely the same -- you're still supposed to interact with a virtual pet -- except that this time around your creature is basically a mini neanderthal man. As the story goes, a species of these prehistoric mini-men were found to have lived in Peking China. A company in Moscow took their bones and created a factory to clone them and mass produce them as pets. 3,000 of them have been created so far. You're one of the lucky first to have one of them.