The Angry Video Game Nerd is back at it again, and this time he reviews the SEGA 32X. Priced at $150 (1994), this device offered twin Hitachi (SH2) 32-bit RISC processors, 256KB (2 MBit) program RAM and two 128KB (1 MBit) framebuffers, and two linear framebuffers with support for RLE compression. Video after the break.

Yet another add-on to the Genesis that tried to extend its life but ultimately just helped pull the plug

The Angry Video Game Nerd is back at it again, and this time he reviews the SEGA 32X. Priced at $150 (1994), this device offered twin Hitachi (SH2) 32-bit RISC processors, 256KB (2 MBit) program RAM and two 128KB (1 MBit) framebuffers, and two linear framebuffers with support for RLE compression. Video after the break.

Yet another add-on to the Genesis that tried to extend its life but ultimately just helped pull the plug