Quote Originally Posted by Team Andromeda View Post
Even in 1995 the PS software began to pile up in the software charts in the Europe and that's all retail and 3rd parties will look at and care about, That was the key. SEGA Europe and America though the below 200 price point would win it, outright for them (regardless of the software). They got it badly wrong on the price or in how people weren't mugs and could see the 32X wasn't going to offer the true 32 Bit experience and buy 1996 nobody was looking for a cheap underpowered add on for their next gen needs, never mind the Cart format was a huge step backwards too.
Nintendo didn't think so.