The Sega 32X - It Wasn’t Rubbish, Honest

It was amusing when websites started speculating that the Kinect could end up being another Sega 32X. This is because similarities between them are vast – the Sega 32X also promised a new gameplay experience, bolted onto an already existing console, required software especially developed for it and was designed to extend the life of its host.

With 8 million Kinects sold so far it’s fair to say that Microsoft’s motion detecting device hasn’t been another 32X. But although the 32X did damage Sega’s reputation, it’s still far from being the worst thing ever to be released.

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