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    SNES Darker on SNES

    The Sega Genesis has a reputation for having darker games (I'm talking about the colours) than the SNES games. However, there are a number of counter examples.

    Here is a sample:

    Super Smash TV


    Prince of Persia


    Samurai Shodown


    Universal Soldier


    Phantom 2040


    The Adventures of Batman & Robin


    The Beauty and the Beast


    Separation Anxiety


    Daze Before Christmas


    Jungle Book


    Robocop 3


    Steel Talons


    T2: The Arcade Game


    Virtual Bart


    Other examples?
    My Top20 Sega Genesis Soundtrack (It is no longer updated, but it is the only video I made​​! And it's game by game, not track by track. You can play blindtest.)

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    This is quite natural since there are so few dark colours in the Mega Drive master palette.
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    It's not just the lower bit-depth of the master palette. The Mega Drive RGB values are closer towards the middle and there is a large jump between the lowest or highest value to the next.
    Quote Originally Posted by year2kill06
    everyone knows nintendo is far way cooler than sega just face it nintendo has more better games and originals

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