Would you agree with this statement?
Genesis. The SNES had like three good exclusive games:
Super Mario World
Donkey Kong Country
Super Mario Kart
Then, we have the slew of overrated "classics" such as Zelda 3, Super Metroid (boring as fuck), Super Castlevania 4, Yoshi's Island, Earthbound,Diddy Kong's Quest and the Mega Man X games.
Now, let's look at the classic titles for the Sega Genesis:
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Streets of Rage 2 (Beats all three Final Fight games)
Beyond Oasis (better than Zelda 3)
Ristar (on par with Mario World)
Shining Force series
Phantasy Star series
Robocop vs. Terminator (better than the SNES version).
Sonic the Hedgehog 3 + Knuckles (Super Mario who?)
Ghoul's and Ghosts (Better than Super GnG.)
Street Fighter 2 Championship edition
Yu Yu Hakusho. (All of the "anime" fighters on the SNES were disgraceful.)
Plus, without my Genesis I wouldn't be able to play Sonic CD, the greatest platform game of all time.
So, the Genesis pretty much owns the SNES at all levels. True, the SNES had better graphical and audio capiblities but if nearly all of the games on the system are shit, then who cares?
I also loved when the screen rotated around in games like SC4, Ghouls n Ghosts and that shitty Mohawk game. Nothing like a tad of motion sickness to make your gaming experience complete!
Also, the SNES controller was poorly designed. The actual look of the console look horrible and clunky in comparison to the sleek and sexy Genesis look. So, you guys can stick with your three good games,
With the SNES we have quantity over quality. With the Genesis, we have a large range of great games, covering a wide variety of genres. The Genesis had a great selection of RPG's, fighting games, shooters and platform games while the SNES had a ton of boring RPG's and a ton of dire liscensed games (so did the Genesis but not to the same extent.)
Now, I'm gonna go play Bebe's Kids.