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Nintendo trademarks might point to the return of Seaman

Jul 17 // Jordan Devore
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Seriously though, Seaman on 3DS would be perfect

I had given up on the prospect of Seaman ever gracing 3DS with its particular brand of weirdness, but perhaps I'm just too quick to give up hope. Siliconera has discovered trademarks that may tie into previous rumblings about the potential handheld port, or Seaman more generally.

Nintendo has registered trademarks for Mysterious Pet: Legend of the Fish With A Human Face and Mysterious Partner: Legend of the Fish With A Human Face. Like, even if these registrations are one-hundred percent unrelated to Seaman, I've got to know what this is all about. When that ridiculous string of words is the name of your videogame, I'm going to assume its design skews far away from the norm, and I want to be a part of it.

Caution! Trademarks Hint At Possible Seaman Revival Care Of Nintendo [Siliconera]


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