T-Mek is a tournament style vehicular combat game developed by Atari Games and published by Time Warner Interactive in 1994. The game would receive a port for the Sega 32x the following year. Being a late release on an obscure console, T-Mek is uncommon, and commands a moderate price on eBay.Read More
WWF WrestleMania: The Arcade Game is a fighting game from Midway released in arcades in 1995, with home ports following the very same year.
The game takes the fighting elements from the Mortal Kombat series of games, mixes in some wrestling staples, and adds an NBA Jam style presentation over top, to create a unique fighting game experience.
Doom was released near the launch of the Sega 32x during the Holiday season of 1994. It was highly regarded upon release, receiving rave reviews from the gaming press. As time has passed, the game has developed a reputation of being a bad port, and 32x Doom's legacy fades with each passing year.Read More
On a previous episode of 5 Games we took a look at 5 Great Games for the often overlooked Sega 32x. On today's episode we are going to take a look at the next layer of the 32x library, and check out 5 Good games for the system.Read More
WWF Raw is a professional wrestling game released for the Sega 32x in 1994. The game features 12 of the biggest WWF stars from the mid 90's and in many ways is a great time capsule for this period in pro wrestling.Read More
Zaxxon's Motherbase 2000 is an isometric shmup released for the Sega 32x in 1995. Despite the title, this game actually has nothing to do with the classic arcade series, and the Zaxxon name was simply tacked on for the U.S. release.Read More
Kolibri is a hummingbird shooting game released for the Sega 32x in 1995. The game comes from the same developers as the Ecco the Dolphin series, sharing a similar surreal art style and earthy soundtrack.Read More
The Sega 32x was released in late 1994, and for it's first few months, appeared to be a big hit for Sega. The tides turned quickly however, and a few months later it was obvious the system was not the future. That said, here are 5 great games for Sega's doomed add-on.Read More
Blackthorne is a cinematic platformer developed by Blizzard Entertainment and released on the Sega 32x back in 1995. Blackthorne is a bit of an oddity for the Sega 32x. I find it strange that such an obscure, quality title was ported over to the Sega 32x in the first place.Read More
Motocross championship was developed by the Canadian company Artech Digital Entertainment, and released on the ill-fated Sega 32x in 1994. The game attempts to capture the experience of motocross, featuring a large number of opponents and tracks taking place in both stadiums, and outdoors.Read More
BC Racers was developed by Core Design and released on the Sega 32x in 1995. It is a mascot kart racing game similar to Mario Kart, featuring the characters from the Chuck Rock series of platforming games.Read More
Virtua Racing Deluxe is an update to the arcade original and launched with Sega's 32x in November of 1994. Everything in the game is fully rendered with polygons including all of the rival racers, environments, and trackside details. As a launch title for the 32x, this game certainly showed some promise for the little add-on.Read More
After Burner was developed by Rutubo Games and released for the Sega 32x in 1995. Think of this as a retro-retro game, developed before re-releasing old 80's games was a thing. After Burner had been released on dozens of home consoles and computers before 1995, but this version finally did the arcade classic justice.Read More
Virtua Fighter was released for the Sega 32x after the Sega Saturn version and is often regarded as a superior game. This is really the first fighting game I've ever put any meaningful amount of time in. So is this a showcase for Sega's 32-bit add-on or another 32x blunder? Check out our video review to find out:Read More