While Sega’s 32X had nowhere near enough support to make the Genesis add on competitive, there were some decent games on the system. Racketboy points out original titles like Knuckles Chaotix, Metal Head and Star Wars Arcade as some of the best software the console has to offer. He also briefly mentions what could have been on the system like Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, a fan favorite Castlevania game and Virtua Hamster, a 3D maze game designed by Sega of America. If these games were released would they have save the 32X? Probably not, but the write up is a cool look back at one of Sega’s obscure consoles for all the Sega fans out there.