Video Game Ad of the Day: 32X

Uh, yeah.

The Sega 32X was an add-on designed for the Mega Drive with the intention of creating a stop-gap 32-bit gaming solution for those budget minded consumers that were not ready to step up to the Saturn, which was due for release the following year. Not such a great idea in hindsight. Overall, just 34 games were released for the troubled system, along with 6 games which used the Mega CD and 32X in tandem.

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