Tag Archives: 1995

Fahrenheit (Sega 32X CD)

FahernheitTitleCardFahrenheit
Sega 32X CD, 1995
Developer: Sega Studios
Publisher: Sega

What, you were expecting Indigo Prophecy? About ten years to early, pal.  We’re taking a look at one of the few games to utilize all the power a Sega Genesis could conceivably muster – A 32X CD GAME! Fahrenheit is one of just six such titles, and probably the best of the bunch. Take a look!

As noted in the video, Fahrenheit received a standard Sega CD release as well.  Actually, it was sold in the SAME package as the 32X version.  Here’s the intro from the Sega CD version:

Compare it to the intro for the 32X CD variant:

The visual improvements are quite apparent!

I’ll be updating this post after the holidays with some more video. In the meantime, enjoy the smooth sounds of LOU NADEAU. WATCH OUT, STAN BUSH.

Yes, I ripped both variants of the song….

Happy Thanksgiving!

In the Hunt

Briefly sat down with In the Hunt last night.  My Mom was right – these games would destroy my eyes. I’m terrible at shooters, but I’m pretty sure games like this are why I wear glasses now.

If I’m not mistaken, this game shares common creators with the Metal Slug franchise – it’s unquestionable that they both share a similar art style.  While the Saturn version is hampered by slowdown, it is still an extremely good looking game – I’ve posted a few screen shots and a video of one of the game’s more memorable levels below.