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The ultimate never resolved 90s schoolyard question: Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo?

The ultimate never resolved 90s schoolyard question: Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo?

Sega Genesis

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Super Nintendo

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Sega Genesis

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Tank Gunner
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Tank Gunner

Sega Mega drive (as its called in the England) had the better range of games overall from Sonic,streets of rage and golden axe etc

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Geekvolution
Geekvolution

It's neck and neck but Sonic and the sleak console design puts it over the top for me.

Super Nintendo

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rockmanlp
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rockmanlp

Super NES had the better tech. Blast processing (which just means you can blast data to exceed color limits on a still image) was never used in a Genesis game. Really it still comes down to game selection, and though I love Sega first party Genesis games, SNES has a better library.

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John
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John

Not even close

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Jedi Knight
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Jedi Knight

Just pure nostalgia on my end. (Love Sonic though)

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Brian Klein
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Brian Klein

Link To the Past, Super Metroid, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Super Mario RPG....The list of incredible titles goes on. This was the best console ALL TIME.

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Rachel Clara Smith
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Rachel Clara Smith

Super Mario World is still to this day my favorite game of all time 🐢

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Would you rather see a decades later sequel to The Super Mario Bros Movie (1990) or The Wizard?

Would you rather see a decades later sequel to The Super Mario Bros Movie (1990) or The Wizard?

The Super Mario Bros Movie

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The Wizard

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The Super Mario Bros Movie

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The Wizard

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Would you rather see Bane or Poison Ivy in a sequel to The Batman?

Would you rather see Bane or Poison Ivy in a sequel to The Batman?

Bane

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Poison Ivy

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Bane

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Andrew Cozzini
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Andrew Cozzini

So, I'd really be happy with either. However, Bane interests me more for this series, as they seemed to be hinting at him with that green substance Batman uses. As much as I really like Hardy's portrayal, we've yet to have a comic-accurate film version that has much time to shine and be his own man.

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Poison Ivy

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SpedeVesku
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SpedeVesku

Bane would probably fit the tone/stylw of the universe better, but he has been done in live-action movies twice already.

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