SEGA would still be rocking it big today, and they would have crushed SONY back in 1995.
I was convinced of this as kid, and I still know it to be true today.
SEGA's bad decisions drove me away from them and into the arms of SONY.
Sega Saturn: 2 x Hitachi SH-2 32-bit RISC (28.6 MHz)
Sega CD: MC68000 @ 12.5 MHz
In hindsight they should have equipped Saturn with a single 33MHz version of the Motorolla 68040, which would have easily made the Saturn BC with Genesis, and Sega CD. Perhaps include a 20MHz version of the CPU in the 32X, or not worked on the 32X at all.