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Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Casual (Other)
Developer: Vivarium


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Seaman review

Reviewed March 08, 2004

falsehead says: "You have to love Sega don’t you? They spend ages developing a revolutionary voice recognition system and create a plug-in microphone peripheral to allow you to interact with your console. Lesser developers having done all this would have maybe integrated it into an First Person Shooter to allow you to give commands to a team of combatants. Something violent anyway and definitely something commercial. "
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