List of 32X games

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A Sega 32X attached to a Sega Genesis

The 32X is an add-on for the Sega Genesis video game console. Codenamed "Project Mars", [1] the 32X was designed to expand the power of the Genesis and serve as a holdover until the release of the Sega Saturn. [2] Independent of the Genesis, the 32X used its own ROM cartridges and had its own library of games. A total of 40 titles were produced worldwide [36 NA games (10 Exclusives), 27 PAL (2 Exclusives), 18 JP (1 exclusive), and 1 gameexclusive to BR], including six that required both the 32X and Sega CD add-ons. [3]

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Unveiled at June 1994's Consumer Electronics Show, Sega presented the 32X as the "poor man's entry into 'next generation' games." [1] The product was originally conceived as an entirely new console by Sega of Japan and positioned as an inexpensive alternative for gamers into the 32-bit era, but at the suggestion of Sega of America research and development head Joe Miller, the console was converted into an add-on to the existing Genesis and made more powerful, with two 32-bit central processing unit chips and a 3D graphics processor. [1] Despite these changes, the console failed to attract either developers or consumers as the Sega Saturn had already been announced for release the next year. [1] In part because of this, and also to rush the 32X to market before the holiday season in 1994, the 32X suffered from a poor library of titles, including Genesis ports with improvements to the number of colors that appeared on screen. [2] Originally released at US$159, Sega dropped the price to $99 in only a few months and ultimately cleared the remaining inventory at $19.95. [1] 800,000 units were sold worldwide. [4]

The following list contains all of the games released for the 32X, as well as the games that required both the 32X and the CD. Among the titles for the 32X were ports of arcade games Space Harrier and Star Wars Arcade , a sidescroller with a hummingbird as a main character in Kolibri , a 32X-exclusive game in the Sonic the Hedgehog series in Knuckles' Chaotix , and a version of Doom that was noted for its movement and game length issues when compared to other versions of the game. In a retrospective review of the console, Star Wars Arcade was considered the best game for the 32X by IGN for its co-operative play, soundtrack, and faithful reproduction of the experiences of Star Wars . [2] [5]

Region code guide
Regions releasedRegion description
JP (Japan)Japanese (NTSC-J) formatted release
NA (North America)North America and other NTSC territories, besides Japan
PAL PAL/SECAM territories: much of Europe, Australia, parts of Asia
BR (Brazil)NTSC-U release in Brazil (some systems may output PAL-M, but all games are NTSC-U)

Games

Title(s)
[3] [6]
Year released
[3] [6]
Requires Sega CD?
[3]
Developer
Publisher
JPNAPALBRRef(s)
After Burner 1995 No Sega SegaYesYesYes [7] [8]
BC Racers 1995 No Core Design U.S. Gold Yes [9]
Blackthorne 1995 No Interplay Interplay
Tectoy (Brazil)
YesYes [10] [11]
Brutal: Above the Claw 1995 No GameTek GameTekYes [12]
Corpse Killer 1994 Yes Digital Pictures Digital PicturesYesYes [13]
Cosmic Carnage (JP: Cyber Brawl) 1994 No Givro Sega YesYesYes [14]
Darxide 1995 No Frontier Developments Sega Yes [15]
Doom 1994 No id Software Sega YesYesYes [16]
Fahrenheit 1995 Yes Sega Studios Sega
Tectoy (Brazil)
Yes [17] [18]
FIFA Soccer 96 1995 NoExtended Play Productions EA Sports Yes [19]
Golf Magazine: 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples 1994 NoFlashpoint Productions Sega YesYesYes [20]
Knuckles' Chaotix 1995 No Sonic Team Sega YesYesYes [21]
Kolibri 1995 No Novotrade Sega YesYes [22] [23]
Metal Head 1995 No Sega SegaYesYesYes [24]
Mortal Kombat II 1995 No Probe Acclaim Entertainment YesYesYes [25]
Motocross Championship 1995 No Artech Studios Sega YesYes [26]
NBA Jam Tournament Edition 1995 No Iguana Entertainment Acclaim Entertainment YesYesYes [27]
NFL Quarterback Club 1995 NoIGS Games Acclaim Entertainment YesYesYes [28]
Night Trap 1994 Yes Digital Pictures Sega YesYes [29]
Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure 1995 No Activision ActivisionYes [30]
Primal Rage 1995 No Probe Time Warner Interactive YesYes [31]
R.B.I. Baseball '95 1995 No Time Warner Interactive Time Warner InteractiveYes [32]
Sangokushi IV 1995 No Koei KoeiYes [33]
Shadow Squadron (JP and PAL: Stellar Assault) 1995 No Sega SegaYesYesYes [34]
Slam City with Scottie Pippen 1995 Yes Digital Pictures Sega YesYes [35]
Space Harrier 1994 No Sega-AM2 Sega YesYesYes [36]
Spider-Man: Web of Fire 1996 No BlueSky Software Sega Yes [37]
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy Starship Bridge Simulator 1995 No Interplay InterplayYes [38]
Star Wars Arcade 1994 NoSega Interactive Sega YesYesYes [5]
Supreme Warrior 1995 Yes Digital Pictures Sega YesYes [39]
Surgical Strike 1995 YesThe Code Monkeys Tec Toy Yes [40]
T-MEK 1995 No Bits Studios Time Warner Interactive YesYes [41]
Tempo 1995 No Sega
Red Company
Sega YesYes [42]
Toughman Contest 1995 No Visual Concepts Electronic Arts YesYes [43]
Virtua Fighter 1995 No Sega-AM2 Sega YesYesYes [44]
Virtua Racing Deluxe 1994 No Sega-AM2 Sega YesYesYes [45]
World Series Baseball Starring Deion Sanders 1995 No Blue Sky Software Sega Yes [46] [47]
WWF Raw 1995 No Sculptured Software Acclaim Entertainment YesYesYes [48]
WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game 1995 No Sculptured Software Acclaim Entertainment Yes [49]
Zaxxon's Motherbase 2000 (EU: Motherbase/ JP: Parasquad) 1995 No CSK Research Institute Corp. Sega YesYesYes [50]

Cancelled games

TitleReference
32 Xtreme [51] [52]
A Town Called Chaos [53]
Aftershock
Alien Trilogy [54]
Alien vs Predator
Alone in the Dark
Alone in the Dark 2 [55]
Apache [54]
B.A.N.E. [53]
Barkley Shut Up and Jam 2
Batman Forever: The Arcade Game [52]
Battlecorps
Beyond Oasis
Beyond Zero Tolerance
Biosfear
Black Angel
Boogerman: A Pick and Flick Adventure [56]
Casper
Castlevania: The Bloodletting [54]
ClayFighter 2: Judgment Clay [56]
College Basketball's National Championship Hosted by Billy Parker [54] [57]
Converse Hardcore Hoops [58]
Cyberwar
Darksiders
Darkstalkers: The Night Warriors
Daytona USA
Descent
Die Hard Trilogy [59]
Duel
Dynamite Headdy
Fever Pitch Soccer [60]
Flying Aces [55] [56]
Fractal Racer
Heavy Machinery
Izzy's Quest for the Olympic Rings [55] [56]
Jet Ski Rage
Judge Dredd [52]
Kids on Site
Kingdom: The Far Reaches [61]
Megaopolis: Tokyo City Battle
Michael Jackson in Scramble Training
Midnight Raiders [54]
Mission Impossible
NBA Action '95 [62]
NFL Football Trivia Challenge
Off Road Interceptor
Outrun [63]
Pinocchio [64]
Power Drift [63]
Primetime NFL Football [65]
Race Drivin' [54]
Ratchet and Bolt [52] [53] [66]
Rayman [55]
Return Fire
Revolution X [52]
Rocket Boy [56]
Saban's VR Troopers [67]
SegaSonic the Hedgehog [68] [69]
Shadow of Atlantis [54]
Shellshock [55]
Sonic Mars
Sonic Sports [70]
Soul Star X [71]
Spot Goes to Hollywood [58]
Star Control II
Street Fighter: The Movie [54]
Street Racer
Striker
Swagman
Thunderhawk [71]
Timmy Time
Tomcat Alley Deluxe [57]
Virtua Hamster [52] [72]
Wild Guns [73]
Wing War [56]
Wirehead [54] [57]
X-Men: Mind Games [52] [74]

See also

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