That's right, the condom has broken once again. Completely clueless to what this game is? Back in the days of Dreamcast there was a game called Seaman where you communicated with and took care of a half human, half fish (humish? fishum?). Well today in Tokyo, Sega announced a sequel for the original, except this time around the virtual pet you'll be taking care of is a mini neanderthal man. The plot involves a lot of puzzling alliterations, such as prehistoric pygmies in Peking, and company cavemen clonings, but luckily there's seven Seaman 2 snapshots on GameWad already to give you an idea of what to expect. Just like the original Seaman game, the sequel will let you speak to your prehistoric pet, so a new controller will be available with its release. Seaman 2 goes on sale over sea next year in Japan, but no U.S. release has been announced yet.
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