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Web of Fire is the crown jewel of any 32X game collection. Not because it's particularly good, but because the game is Spider-Man, and it's quite rare. Its gameplay is so underwhelming I suspect it could just as easily been released on the Genesis. The developers tried to use shading to...
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2020/12/24: Sega 32X: Spider-Man: Web of Fire

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TitlePublisherYearGrade
AfterburnerSega1994B
BC RacersCore1995F
BlackthorneInteract1995A
Brutal Unleashed: Above the ClawGametek1995D
Corpse Killer (CD)Digital Pictures1994F
Cosmic CarnageSega1994F
DoomSega1994B-
Fahrenheit (CD)Sega1995D-
Golf Magazine Presents 36 Great HolesSega1994B+
Knuckles ChaotixSega1995D+
KolibriSega1996D+
MetalheadSega1994D-
Mortal Kombat IIAcclaim1994A
Motocross ChampionshipSega1994F
NBA Jam Tournament EditionAcclaim1995A-
NFL Quarterback ClubAcclaim1995C+
Night Trap (CD)Digital Pictures1994A-
Pitfall: The Mayan AdventureActivision1995D-
Primal RageSega1994C
RBI Baseball '95Time Warner1995B
Shadow SquadronSega1994B+
Slam City With Scotty Pippen (CD)Sega1995D
Space HarrierSega1994C+
new Spider-Man: Web of FireSega1995B-
Star Trek Starfleet AcademySega1995F
Star Wars ArcadeLucasArts1994B
T-MekSega1995F
TempoSega1995D
Toughman ContestElectronic Arts1995B-
Virtua FighterSega1995A
Virtua Racing DeluxeSega1995A
WWF RawAcclaim1995D-
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade GameAcclaim1995C+
World Series BaseballSega1995B+
Zaxxon Motherbase 2000Sega1995D-

Total Sega 32X reviews: 35

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