Originally posted by CodyJarrett
I bought one for about £25 in London over a year ago - but it may be possible to get one cheaper.
Having one in your hands and using it will actually seem better than you would think, but remember that most of the games are straight ports from normal Amiga versions. So, you can't really play much which is unique on it.
A CD32 with FMV card is very cool, you can watch VideoCD's and some of the CD32 games have extra video if you have the FMV card, like Cannon Fodder. Also, Karaoke CDs can be used on a CD32 if your into that kind of thing, my wife likes it. CD32 is also a great Audio CD player with a cool high tech interface designed by Jim Sachs.