I am a big fan of both Sega's 32x and Atari's Jaguar. While they don't initially seem similar, both represent the awkward transition into three dimensional gaming. Both were met with high expectations and both ended up being miserable failures. Both systems utilized an aging medium, cartridges, and both made poor attempts to embrace CD technology. The Jaguar had an add-on, and and the 32x was an add-on. Both machines were discontinued in 1996 after the proper next-gen machines, captured gamer’s hearts.
In today’s face off, we will take a look at, and compare, 5 games from each system's library to determine obscurity superiority.