Bigfoot log: 2:25PM.
Bit concerned at the moment. Haven’t seen Patrick Klepek for over an hour now. He chased after a local with a thick beard to get a statement after Andrew Pfister’s “never breaks down because it’s super reliable” 1981 LeBaron broke down for the seventh time, singlehandedly jeopardizing our entire Bigfoot hunting operation (To tell you the truth, I need to hunt for some patience and deep breathing soon or we’ll be bagging and tagging the equally elusive Pfister-foot pretty soon.)
The point is, the way we’re headed, we might end up needing a little help, and fast, if we hope to be feasting on tasty Sasquach cakes by sundown. Thankfully, SEGA has informed us of a new game (that I’m hoping is based on a real creature that is available for rental) that continues the moderately popular/controversial reboot of SEGA’s classic dolphin simulator, ECCO: Water Wars.
According to the game’s official announcement, ECCO: Water Wars 2 reunites players with Ecco the Dolphin who is “now a master of time travel and innumerable other highly improbable porpoise plot devices,” and “must lead his fellow Dolphins in a fight against all of humanity – including the elderly.” If that doesn’t have multi-thousand-dollar seller written on it, I don’t know what does. And just in case you were doubting how amazing this game is going to be, hit the break to see a handful of screens that will blow-hole you away.
SEGA agreed to loan us a few of their merc-phins, and they are currently patrolling the waters along the Oregon/Washington coastlines. If our hairy prize so much as touches a toe in those cool Pacific waters, we’ll know about it (and we will at least have a toe to show for our thousands of hours of work and millions of dollars of research and car repairs.)
Source: SEGA Blog