The Sega 32X is another add-on device for the Sega Megadrive which was released in November 1994. It was designed to bypass the Megadrive's hardware limits and serve as a sort of transitional console into the 32-bit era of gaming. Sega's rush to market the 32X cut into game development time, which resulted in a mere library of only 40 games that didn't even utilize the 32X's true power. This, coupled with the announcement of the Sega Saturn shortly after its release, lead to its quick demise.

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