Sega 32x.Mcd.16bit Unreleased

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  1. rod_wod

    rod_wod Fiery Member

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    Hi and here is more sega unreleased for you all.


    Today we start with some 32x

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    fifa 96 32x

    pic gone game was released anyway


    x men 32x

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    More to come
     
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  2. Yakumo

    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    cool. Keep them coming. That Scavenger road game looks like it may be based upon that tech demo they released. If it was then it sure would have been an impressive 32X title.

    Fifa '96 was released, or at least in the UK it was.

    Yakumo
     
  3. Ollie

    Ollie Robust Member

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    Very interesting and I think a few people around here would be interested if you could get a better scan of the X-men page. What Magazine and issue is that from?
     
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    Druidic teacher Officer at Arms

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  5. rod_wod

    rod_wod Fiery Member

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    I will try my best to scan pics better in the future i use a digital camera not the best way to copy pics i keep haveing to make them smaller so they dont dwarf the screen but then i lose quality.
     
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  6. Barc0de

    Barc0de Mythical Member from Time Immemorial

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    The 32X is so cryptic. I still can't understand what they were aiming at when they developed it.
     
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    Segafreak_NL v2.0 New and improved. Site supporter 2012-15

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    A budget 32-bit machine for Megadrive owners.
     
  8. Barc0de

    Barc0de Mythical Member from Time Immemorial

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    Yes, that's the marketing side, but what good is a twin 32bit set if you don't have any proper software to support it? :S

    The whole "bit" argument is neither here or there though, considering that even the GameCube can be considered "32bit" in some respects :p
     
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  9. Ollie

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    Ah thanks for those closer shots, so the game did get quite far in development then. Nice. :thumbsup:
     
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    I remember heavy machinery, it has the hummer in it which was sexy at the time
     
  11. rgb3do

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    has anything extra ever turned up for Atlantis (32X CD).
    other games i so wished for ecco 32x and castlevania 32x.
     
  12. Ollie

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    Ecco 32x was no more than a 5 Second demo which has already been dumped ages ago. =P

    I really doubt there is a playable version.
     
  13. SuperGrafx

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    I distinctly remember seeing a preview in Gamefan of "ALONE IN THE DARK (part 1)" for the 32X. Honestly, I bought the 32X with the high hopes of being able to play it. Back then, I couldn't hope to own a computer powerful enough to play AITD (it intrigued me for some reason) or a 3D0.
     
  14. rod_wod

    rod_wod Fiery Member

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    more 32x

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    mega cd
    have no idear if this got a release but it looks good

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  15. Yakumo

    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    That Bullet Fighters is a very early version of Stellar Assault (US name is different I think) which did get a release and then an amazing supped up version by SIMS for the Saturn.

    That Racing Mega CD game never got released but I do remember seeing screen shots of it wishing that it would come out.

    Yakumo
     
  16. smf

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    There were some good 32x games. It's sony's fault, if the playstation wasn't so good then sega might not have released the 32x and saturn at the same time. Most systems don't have many games in the first 6 to 12 months & it didn't make it past that.

    32 bits just happens to be about the right amount for a cpu. Also there were some cheap, fast 32 bit risc chips around. You couldn't justify going to the 386 or 68030 in a console.
     
  17. Ollie

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    This. People are always saying that the reason that they don't like it, is because of the lack of games, which is a fair reason, but for the games that were released most of them were really decent. Tempo anyone? ;)
     
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    True
     
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    rod_wod Fiery Member

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    Will the real fido please stand up.

    mega drive

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  20. 7Force

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    Pretty sure Fido Dido got an actual release.
     

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