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  1. I don't play my 32X games any more so I'm selling them. Make offers on anything you want. I know I hate it when people say that, but I truly don't know how to price these things. Here is a list of games I have (I'm keeping my 32X system in case I ever get back in the mood for this) Golf 36 Great Holes Metal Head Motocross NFL QB Club Toughman Contest Virtua Fighter Aand a few extra stuff: Sega Saturn - True Pinball Nokia N-Gage - FIFA 2005 Nokia N-Gage - MLB Slam! Nokia N-Gage - Virtua Tennis - no writing on spine! NES - Shadowgate PS1 - Mega Man 8
  2. When I was recording these games I was surprised by how well some translated to an 8 bit system such as Mortal Kombat & Road Rash, while others probably should not have been released like Altered Beast. What are some of your favorite ports between Sega cartridge consoles? Here is every game compared in 1 video: Here is each game individually:
  3. Looking at getting an everdrive. I see the latest will play Genesis, SMS, and 32x games. Is there a version that will do Sega CD games?
  4. TL;DR: 32X working but either needs new cable or has loose port. Includes games: Virtua Fighter, Motocross, Metalhead, Metalhead (duplicate), Doom, Tempo, Cosmic Carnage, Virtua Racing, Star Wars. $115 (plus shipping) or best offer. PM me with offer and zip code. TL;TTTTR: (Taking The Time To Read) I am looking to sell my Sega 32x and games, but honestly I'm not even sure what it's all worth. It looks like "untested" 32x consoles with nothing (no power or cables) are being sold for about $17, while tested and including cables are selling for around $60. Games are going for around $16 to $50. So I am think my 32x may be worth around $25, and maybe $10 per cartridge? In my mind that would bring the worth around $115 (plus shipping). But I would ask, if you are interested, to make me an offer. What is this worth to you? If you are interested, you can PM me with your offer long with your zip code so I can calculate the exact shipping for you. Why do I want to sell? When I look at my collection, I see that over the last several years I have put far more effort and time into my Atari consoles than my Sega console. At this point I actually have more Sega games on the Wii virtual console than I have ever owned for the Genesis. I feel like if I spend any more time and money on games, I want to support the 7800 and Jaguar homebrews rather than build up my Sega 32x collection. My feelings about my Genesis are - conflicted. I love it, but here's the thing. I spent an inordinate amount of time a few years back looking for a copy of Starflight before I found one, and last year I found a copy of NFL '94 - both of these games I have not been able to find in emulation or the Wii VC. So, part of me thinks I should at least hold onto the Genesis just for those games, and maybe in the future I'll add others which I either can not emulate or find in the Wii VC. (Is there a way to get Starflight and NFL '94 on emulation? I'd love to speak to others who have these games working.) So where does that leave me? I don't really know. I think I want to keep the Genesis for now along with my 2 games, but at this point I am no longer interested in building up a 32x collection and I have decided to let go of my 32x and games. What is the condition of the 32x? While my Sega Genesis model 2 works perfectly and I have never had any issues with it, the 32x either needs a new cable or the port is loose. When I play a game with the 32x console attached to the Genesis, the game plays fine but if you tap the console or move the console or if my cat gets a little rambunctious with my console, the game goes out and resets. The Genesis alone doesn't do that. But as long as nothing touches the console while playing, the 32x plays just fine. These are the 32x games I have. They are all clean and working. Virtua Fighter Motocross Metalhead Metalhead (duplicate) Doom Tempo Cosmic Carnage Virtua Racing Star Wars The pictures show my Genesis and 32x, but for now only the 32x, 32x connecting cable, 32x power supply and 32x games are for sale. A photo of the 32x games is also included.
  5. This is the link to my auction for my Genesis, 32x and games. http://www.ebay.com/itm/-/192323334422?roken=cUgayN&soutkn=Ypmxlm Let me know if you have any questions.
  6. I am about to plug a 32x into my model 1. I often use the headphone jack at night on my genesis model one so as not to wake the house. If I have a 32x plugged in, will I still be able to use the jack (to listen to both 32x and Genesis games plugged into the 32x unit)? Or am I better off getting sound from my TV or receiver via the Genesis 2 av cables? I also noticed that sound from the headphone jack has a reasonable amount of background noise compared to getting it from the receiver (from the same source!-that is to say I plug the headphone jack into the "aux in" on my Sony Surround sound amp. I'm thinking this is because most modern receivers have built in Noise Reduction technology for any analog signals it receives. Has anyone else noticed this? Lastly I have seen cables that connect the headphone jack and genesis to the 32x. Are these necessary? Isn't true stereo for both 32x and Genesis games coming out of the back of the 32x via the Genesis 2 AV cables? Thanks
  7. xucaen

    WTB: Sega 32x

    A few months ago, I was unemployed, broke, and needed money for medical bills. I sold off many things including my Sega 32x complete with power supply, model 2 connector cable and model 2 spacer. Now I am employed again and my bills are caught up. I miss my 32x. If you have one in working condition and maybe were thinking about giving it up, I would be most happy. PM me and name your price!
  8. The original arcade version that is? I just can't seem to get this thought out of my mind. I mean Space Harrier, Afterburner, Virtua Racing, Virtua Fighter, Mortal Kombat II, and NBA Jam TE were all near direct arcade ports to the 32x. I wonder if it would be relatively easy or if it would take a team hundreds of hours to make it happen. Anyone with any technical knowledge or coding background have any insight on this? Thanks, and going to keep dreaming in the meantime.
  9. I am looking to add primal rage to my collection shortly. It is VERY expensive for the Jaguar CD, and is best played with the pro controllers. Because of this I've been thinking of snagging it on another platform possibly. I was thinking the 32x edition might compare more favorably than the SNES/Genesis ports. Also Genesis 6 button controllers are easier to come by, and I don't feel bad tearing them up with fighting games, whereas I'd be more apt to not use Pro Controllers for a fighting game that will put lots of hard use on them. What are your thoughts on the 32x Primal Rage vs the Jaguar CD game? Any other ports I should be considering that are good adaptations of the arcade game? Thanks. I have been reading the Jag V. 32x post, which is excellent, but doesn't quite answer these questions within the greater picture of prices and rarity today. http://atariage.com/forums/topic/107368-jaguar-vs-32x/?hl=%20primal%20%20rage%20%20vs%20%2032x
  10. For trade here is my own Sega 32X. I bought it on a whim last January, but I can't really justify owning one given how few games there are, the pain of having it hooked up with my Genesis/Sega CD at the same time, and how it forces me to use composite instead of the component that my Genesis has been modded for. I'm better off just trading this and emulating the 36 games it has. Works fine, I had no issues with it. Here's my trade interests: INTV games (Tower of Doom, Thunder Castle, Hoverforce, Slam Dunk Basketball, Slap Shot Hockey, Pac Man) AV Modded Light Sixer VCS Atari VCS Homebrew/Repro carts Mario Bros for Atari XE Good, loose original B/W GB or GBA games NEW ITEMS: Here is a CIB Wico Bat Handle I bought NIB. Great condition, works perfectly, has controller, box, cardboard insert, and manual. Here is a CIB Saturn Pro Action Replay, lets you play import games on your Saturn, is a memory backup, and works as a 4MB RAM cart. Last is a loose copy of Phantasy Star IV for the Genesis. More items coming soon.
  11. relo999

    WTB Sega mega CD

    I'm looking for a reasonably priced Sega CD, I don't mind a system that need fixing, but I'd like to know what is broken before hand.
  12. Today, Hal Hawkins, the owner, creator, and director of the On Fire! Championships, announced its first inaugural NBA Jam championship tournament to debut this October 4 at the Hilton in College Station, TX. The tournament will consist of a 1v1 Championship open to 256 entries and a 2v2 Championship open to 128 teams. The tournament will feature the game NBA Jam T.E. for the Super Nintendo System and will be played in HD on large, flat screen TVs and a massive, championship projection screen. “I have always dreamed of having a large and fun tournament for this game since first playing it 20 years ago,” said Hawkins. “The love of retro games, especially NBA Jam, continues to exist among millions of people today. As a businessman, gamer, and former college athlete, I want make sure this event is of the highest quality, competitive, and rewarding. I want everyone to enjoy the game as much as I do and come compete in this tournament for many years to come.” The tournament will include a cash purse for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places in both Championships and “The Flame”, a tall, flame-shaped trophy in honor of the game’s trademark feature, which is awarded to each Champion. The tournament will be streamed live on the On Fire! Championships website. For more info, visit http://onfirechampionships.com
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