The Sega 32X was a unique console. Not only was it a bad idea, and a mess of a hardware system, but Sega soon left it out to die after release. However there were a few games for it, one such being Virtua Fighter. It's actually pretty close to the Arcade and Sega Saturn versions than you'd might expect.
Obviously the graphics do take a swift punch to the face, but they're defiantly 32-bit. Frankly if you had to get any version, this would probably be dead last on your list.
It plays rather decent, but the controls are too simple and floaty at times.There's also very little content besides a regular single-player and multi-player mode. It's an impressive effort for a awful system like the 32X, but it's still a bad game. Laughably this is probably the best game the console had to offer.
Score: 4 out of 10