Unreleased 32X X-men Game Unearthed

By Spencer . August 11, 2009 . 1:55pm

image Sega’s ill-fated 32X had a number of projects that never saw the light of day like X-men: Mind Games. A prototype of the unreleased game is now available thanks to the good folks at Sega Saturno.

 

The Lost Levels, the Internet’s home for graveyard games, has a magazine scan, which shows a level with Wolverine and claims “X-Men is going to be unreal”.

 

Here’s a very “real” look at what we missed playing in 1994.

 


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  • http://twitter.com/matty_125 matty

    Haha, the whole 32X thing was just crazy to me. Sega CD 32X…
    Well, Sega did cancel the sequel to Eternal Champions, so seeing this hit the can is, well, surprising(?).

  • jarrodand

    looks awful, if somewhat technically impressive. Wasn’t Scavenger making it?

  • http://shmups.system11.org/ UnscathedFlyingObject

    Jesus lord, good riddance.

  • http://denpanosekai.blogspot.com denpanosekai

    Apart from the horrible framerate, it doesn’t look too far off from the earlier 3D Saturn games.

  • maxchain

    Well, at least it looks more fair than the first Genesis game!

  • thaKingRocka

    looks pretty lousy. we didn’t get many decent x-men games. looks like we didn’t miss many either.

    btw, what am i missing? i don’t see a scan with wolvie.

    • http://www.siliconera.com Spencer

      As stated above I was talking about the magazine scan when I said Wolverine. Please check that.

    • thaKingRocka

      edited: misread post. :P

  • Serge73

    I love reading/seeing stuff on unreleased games!!

    It looks terrible nowadays, but back in 94, this would have blown my mind!! ^_^

  • fallen

    Never heard of this! Interesting.. I’ll be sure to show off to my friends with this knowledge… As an aside, that guy’s keyboard clicking, for whatever reason, nearly drove me to madness.

  • gohmifune

    I’ve waited some fifteen years to see what this would look like. It is rather advanced especially considering it comes from the time before 3D was the thing, and people still remembered that games could come in two dimensions.

  • Guest

    WOW! If this game doesn’t look like total crap I don’t know what does. It looks stiff and unresponsive, kind of like Batman Forever on the Genesis.

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