It was OK on the SNES (especially for being minimally polygonal without any special chips), but the menu screen (yah, I know it was only a menu) was beautiful on the 32x. Reminds me much of Kolbiri or whatever that humming bird game was. It was very colorful and smooth.
The system definitely had nice graphics capabilities when used correctly, it's just unfortunate that it didn't do translucency and it had shitty sound (I couldn't even tell the difference between 32x and Genesis sound).
Still, the SNES ran loops around it even at a lower res and lower bit-rating. I mean, even MK II SNES was more arcade perfect than the 32x version which was basically thrown together from the Genesis version and looked terrible. Very disappointing indeed.
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