But there were more bad games than good ones, Doom for instance SUCKED.
I just couldn't get into the 32X, I'm glad I gave it away.
The Sega CD had more games I actually liked than the 32X, I can see why anyone who paid more than the $29.99 I paid for it *32X* would be pissed!
> 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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