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Encyclopedia > Sega System 32

The System 32 was an arcade platform released by Sega in the early 1990s. It succeeded the Sega System 24 with a 32-bit RISC processor at 16 MHz. Notable titles included Golden Axe, Rad Mobile, and Segasonic the Hedgehog. This article is about the video game company. ... // Events and trends The 1990s are generally classified as having moved slightly away from the more conservative 1980s, but keeping the same mind-set. ... Golden Axe is a side-scrolling arcade fighting game released in 1989 by Sega. ...

There was also another version of this hardware, called System Multi 32. This was similar to the original, but had dual monitors for each game. The word monitor, depending on context, may have one of the following meanings: A computer display A speaker used on stage or in a studio to enable musicians to hear what is being recorded or broadcasted A concurrent programming language construct which encapsulates variables, access procedures and initialisation code within...

List of System 32 games

  • Air Rescue (1992)
  • Alien 3 - The Gun (1993)
  • Arabian Fight (1992)
  • Burning Rival (1993)
  • Dark Edge (1992)
  • Dragon Ball Z V.R.V.S. (1994)
  • F1 Exhaust Note (1991)
  • F1 Super Lap (1992)
  • Golden Axe - The Revenge of Death Adder (1992)
  • Holosseum (1992)
  • Jurassic Park (1994)
  • Rad Moible (1990)
  • Rad Rally (1991)
  • Sega Sonic The Hedgehog (1992)
  • Slipstream (Capcom) (1995)
  • Spider-man - The Video Game (1991)
  • Super Visual Football / Super Visual Soccer / The J.League (1994)

List of System Multi 32 games

  • Hard Dunk (1994)
  • OutRunners (1992)
  • Stadium Cross (1992)
  • Title Fight (1992)

OutRunners is an arcade game released by Sega in 1992. ...

External links

  • Hardware information and game screen shots

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Sega Master System - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1227 words)
The system was redesigned and was sold in the United States under the name Sega Master System in June 1986, one year after the Nintendo Entertainment System was released.
Though the Master System was more technically advanced in some ways than the NES, it did not attain the same level of popularity among consumers in the United States.
Sega would learn from its mistakes and made the Sega Mega Drive wildly popular in Europe and Brazil, and the North American equivalent, the Sega Genesis, popular in that market.
Sega Master System - Wikipedia (900 words)
In Europa wurde das Sega Master System von Sega in vielen verschiedenen Ländern vermarktet, darunter sogar einige, in denen Nintendo keine Konsolen verkaufte.
Ein Sega Master System III (und sogar ein halb-tragbares SMS VI) erschienen auf diesem Markt, und mehrere Spiele wurden für die Brasilianer übersetzt.
Sega lernte aus seinen Fehlern und machte das Sega Mega Drive in Europa und Lateinamerika sehr populär, während auch die amerikanische Version, das Sega Genesis, Beliebtheit erlangte.
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