March 25, 2017, 09:29:49 pm
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If we go by capabilities, then definitely the Sega Genesis. Colors don't matter, you can always use shading tricks to get more colors. (Especially when emulators are in TV Mode or on actual hardware and a TV.)
Hmm, I don't think I've had a Genesis, but my older brother had a NES, when I was a child, and then we got the SENS when it came out, so I'm fine with both the SNES and the Megadrive. (I own both, even though my SNES barely works, these days).
Super Nintendo. The specs are comparable, but the variety of games for the SNES is much better.
I choose the Genesis/32x/Sega CD combo. That system pwns Super Nintendo anyday.
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Quote from: GARY 'M 9 on May 29, 2009, 06:00:49 pmI choose the Genesis/32x/Sega CD combo. That system pwns Super Nintendo anyday.Don't forget to add the Nomad into the mix! (Granted the battery life sucked but the system was win. Even if it didn't support 32X and Sega CD It was fun to play Geneisis games on the go. Someone actually figured out how to raise the Nomad's battery life too as well as making it 32X compatible.)I also liked the Sega CDX. It was truly awesome to have a Portable CD Player that could be hooked up to a TV and play Genesis and Sega CD games, just as long as it was plugged in.
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