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Old 23 February 2005, 10:58   #88
ST Dragon
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Originally Posted by Shatterhand
Ya know, I've seen a Mega-Drive fall from a height of about 3 meters while turned on, hit the ground hard, and it DID NOT freeze.

Here in Brazil I can say for sure that the Mega-Drive sold more than the SNES. I thought that was also true on USA.

"CastlaVania 4 & X (SNES) looked better than CastleVania Blood lines (Genesis) "
Yeah, but Bloodlines plays a WHOLE LOT BETTER than 4 or X. The action is a lot faster, more tense and manic.

"Super Turrican 1 & 2 Vs Mega Turrican "
Again, Mega Turrican plays much better than both Super Turrican games.

"Super Contra III Vs Contra Hard Corps "
Once more... this is even more absurd, Contra Hard Corps it's incredibly better than Super Contra III (I love Super Contra III, but it can't even close of Hard Corps).

"Super Ghouls & Ghosts completely kills Genesis Ghouls & Ghosts."
Well, ok, here I agree

And btw, I DOUBT, a LOT that the SNES could do something like Gunstar Heroes, Contra Hard Corps or Vectorman. Those games are just too FAST for the poor SNES to handle. Geez, I doubt the SNES could do even a Sonic a-like game!
I doubt the SNES couldn't handle the games you mentioned. If you play Sparkster on SNES you'll notice that's it's as fast as the Genesis version & Sonic (If not faster)
Also If you play these equevelant SNES games, you'll find that they're quite superior on the basic SNES hardware compared to the Genesis basic hardware.
Just a few examples:

Alien 3
Arabian Knights - Sabaku no Seirei Ou (J)
Bahamoot Lagoon
Black Thorne
CastleVania - Vampire's Kiss
Contra III - The Alien Wars
Cutthroat Island
Darius Twin
Darius Force
Jim Powers - The Lost Dimension 3D
Judge Dredd (U)
Metal Warriors
Ninja Warriors Again
Pocky & Rocky
Pocky & Rocky 2
Rendering Ranger R2 (J)
Spriggan Powered
Sunset Riders (U)
Super Shadow of the Beast
Super SWIV
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles IV - Turtles in Time
Wolf Child
X-Men Mutant Apocalypse
X-Kaliber 2097 (U)
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