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Chakan: The Forever Man is a Sega Genesis game published by Sega of America January 1st, 1992. The game featured an uncommonly dark premise for the time of it's release, which saw the home console market flooded with liscenced (often from children's cartoons) platformers.

The game follows the tale of a man who was so cocky that he declared even Death couldn't best him in battle. Of course, Death appeared and challenged Chakan with a proposition. If Chakan could defeat him, he'd be granted with eternal life. If Chakan lost the math, he'd become Death's eternal servant.

The battle raged on for days and the victor is ultimately unclear, for Chakan is shackled to an existence of eliminating supernatural evil. Chakan won't be granted rest until the task is finished.

It is based upon a comic book by Robert Kraus and was produced by Ed Annunziata, who met Chakan's creator at a convention and was impressed

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SEGA Genesis
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SEGA of America, Inc.
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Extended Play Productions
Chakan the Forever Man - Cover Art Sega Genesis
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Chakan the Forever Man

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