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IGN: SEGA 32X Follies

The 32X was an awkward attachment for the Genesis that turbo-boosted the system's horsepower, which by 1994 was definitely lagging behind the Super Nintendo. The SNES was earning rightful acclaim for landmarks like Donkey Kong Country and Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, and even though the Genesis was no slouch, it was looking a touch hoary. The 32X was designed to advance the power of Genesis beyond the SNES in the waning days of the generation.

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