|Genre(s)||Shoot 'em up|
Darxide (sometimes spelled DarXide, pronounced "dark side") is a shoot 'em up for the Sega 32X by Frontier Developments, released in 1995 only in Europe. It was also scheduled to be a launch title for the unreleased Sega Neptune.
One of the last games released for the 32X, Darxide is known for its rarity and technical prowess. Darxide is one of the few games on the 32X that uses texture mapping, and showcases what the 32X may have been capable of.
Game-play is similar to that of Asteroids, only in 3D. Players must destroy a number of space rocks in order to complete each level.
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