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Nintendo has registered two trademarks in Japan that sound a heck of a lot like a certain man-faced fish from the Dreamcast days. Mysterious Partner: Legend of the Fish With A Human Face and Mysterious Pet: Legend of the Fish With A Human Face are the two terms in question, and when we hear the ter...

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Yup, that's a Santa Seaman all right, and we're just as desperately curious to find out why it exists as you are. The weird thing was tweeted by Seaman creator Yoot Saito, who also said that it was time to begin thinking about the end of the year, according to Andriasang's translation. We have so m...

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Back in the summer of 2010, a tantalizing prospect came up: Seaman on the 3DS. It was teased by Yoot Saito, the creator of the Dreamcast original, and since then we've been all about it. We've been so about it. According to a report from Japanese news outlet Nikkei Inc. (via Andriasang), Seaman is ...

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Though his last potential outing on Apple's mobile platform was denied for being too "unpleasant," Yoot Saito is taking another stab at the App Store. According to TouchArcade, a rough translation of Saito's blog reveals that the idiosyncratic developer is bringing his skyscraper-crafting sim, The ...

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If you were to take the entire 3DS lineup announced at Nintendo's E3 press conference last week, and roll all our anticipation for said titles into a single lump, it probably wouldn't match the scope of our excitement for this faintly teased remake. A fan of Yoot Saito recently asked the idiosyncra...

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Oh wow, we're embarrassingly excited by this news: Yoot Saito is working on what appears to be a reworked version of Seaman 2 for the iPhone called Gabo. Though it's only headed to Japan at the moment, a worldwide release seems to be in the cards, judging from a shoddy translation of Saito's blog....

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Famitsu has revealed the first screens of the newest game in Yoot Saito's Tower series, called, sensibly enough, The Tower DS. It looks very much like the other games in the series, which is, of course, a good thing. Towers are still seen side-on and feature elevators heavily; you still have to dea...

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Before he was making games about historical pinball battles and sarcastic fish monsters, Vivarium's Yoot Saito created a skyscraper-building game called SimTower. He put the same kind of quirky, bizarre charm into what seems like a run-of-the-mill Sim game as he did Seaman, leading to a game in whic...

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