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Sega 32X

Another add on for the Sega Genesis.  Over 400,000 of these systems were sold.  Doom was probably the best game on the system.  This system was by far the cheapest leap into the 32 bit generation.

With the release of the Super Famicom in Japan and the Super NES in North America, Sega felt the need to leapfrog Nintendo in the technological department. The Sega Mega-CD, known as Sega CD in North America, had not worked as well, in a business sense, as Sega had wanted it to. Sega had various developments underway, and focused most of its energy on the then new Sega Saturn. Some used System 16 technology, as the Sega Mega Drive and other arcade games did.

The 32X was released in mid-November 1994 in North America for $159.

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