Arcade Attack Podcast – November (4 of 4) 2019 – The SEGA 32X

I mean, the thing only sold 800,000 units but damn was there a lot to enjoy on it. The Genesis/Mega Drive peripheral brought 32-bit power (OK that’s debatable) to your home for cheaper than a Saturn. But why? Thanks to a mystery source (listen to the pod to find out who) Adrian now has the hallowed contraption. But what does he make of it and his initial batch of games? Ohhhhhhh here goes!

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2 thoughts on “Arcade Attack Podcast – November (4 of 4) 2019 – The SEGA 32X”

  1. Steven Chudzinski

    Love my 32X. Virtual Racing, Virtual Fighter, After Burner and Space Harrier are all you need to prove that the machine had potential. Too bad it was buried in bad timing and focus. Had the wait for Saturn been at least a year it sure would have had a chance. Perhaps we would have had Outrun, Thunder Blade, a worthy Sonic, and I always wondered why the Genesis never had a port of the original Shinobi. The 32X would have done it proud. Every so often I go to the closet and pull out my 32X as well as my Saturn and others and give them a go. Keep up the excellent work guys. Love the podcast.

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