Sega Dreamcast vs Super Nintendo Entertainment System


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Sega Dreamcast

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Initial release date: November 27, 1998

Initial price: $199

Lifespan: 1998-2002

Units sold: 10.6 million

Number of games released: 688

Notable games:

Soul Calibur

2K sports series

Resident Evil: Code Veronica

Crazy Taxi

Marvel vs Capcom 2

Phantasy Star Online

Jet Grind Radio

Skies of Aradia

Shenmue

Sonic Adventure series

Space Channel 5

Other notes:

- First console to include a built-in modem.

- Pioneered online console gaming.

- Used add-ons like the VMU and voice recognition.

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Super Nintendo Entertainment System

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Initial release date: November 21, 1990

Initial price: $199

Lifespan: 1990-1999

Units sold: 49.10 million

Number of games released: 785

Notable games:

Super Mario World

Super Metroid

Chrono Trigger

Super Mario Kart

Final Fantasy II and III

Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

Donkey Kong Country series

Mega Man X series

Secret of Mana

Actraiser

Other notes:

- Six button controller

- MODE 7~!

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Sales - SNES.

Longevity - SNES, obviously.

Impact - Dreamcast. The SNES was less an innovator than it was just a polishing of previous good ideas.

Games - It's close, but the SNES. Just the sheer volume and variety clinch it here. Plus, Chrono Trigger.

That's right, I just voted against my favourite system of all time.

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Like some people have said, the games are the major factor here. Graphically, the Super Nintendo took everything the NES did right and improved upon it. And they hold up very well. Right now I could pop in Super Mario World or A Link to the Past, and be both challenged and impressed.

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