32X consoles in Central and Eastern Europe

From Sega Retro

The Mega Drive 32X first appeared in this region in March 1995 and was distributed to other countries in the following months. The console was in the PAL system seen in the rest of Europe with exceptions such as Bulgaria where the cheaper Asian model was distributed.

The console was not popular in the region due to low availability, especially when compared to the Sega Mega CD.

Models of this console began to disappear from stores in 1996/1997. This console appeared for the last time in this region in Bulgaria in May 1998 at Mortal Kombat 3 Ultimate Tournament, where it was funded as the main prize.

Bulgaria

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
32X Asia Box Front.jpg
Mega Drive 32X (>=1995)
32X AS.jpg
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Security Label Pulsar.png
Security Label


Croatia

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (>=199x)
32X EU.jpg
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Czech Republic

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (>=1995)
32X EU.jpg
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Mega Drive 32X (DDC Agency distribution) (>=1996)
32X EU.jpg
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Hungary

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
32x console eu box front.jpg
Mega Drive 32X 34999 HUF (1995-03)
32X EU.jpg
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Mega Drive 32X 42999 HUF (1995-08)
32X EU.jpg
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Poland

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
32x console eu box front.jpg
Mega Drive 32X (>=1995)
32X EU.jpg
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Eltors warranty card PL.pdf
Warranty card


Romania

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (>=1995)
32X EU.jpg
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Serbia and Montenegro

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (199x)


Slovakia

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (>=1995)
32X EU.jpg
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Slovenia

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (1995-03)
32X EU.jpg
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Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova

Box Name Date & Price Console Label Hardware Software Documentation
Mega Drive 32X (Buka distribution) (1995-03)


Mega Drive 32X (Bitman distribution) (1996-01)
32X EU.jpg
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