|Samus Aran said:
You're asking them way too much.
lol.. please don't cruch my hopes like that.
Genesis didn't win in the US and the SNES was overall more powerful, it was only weaker in one single aspect.
Genesis did win the us, and we've been through this before. It's offically sourced and you can find, read, and see that source via the wikipedia article by clicking on the source. Multiple, official, sales data from that era show this clearly. I have posted a direct link on this website many times, and I'm done. You can find it and read it yourself. If you still want to argue against factual sales, I am not going to engage because I have better things to do. lol
The SNES had a much weaker processor which caused sports titles and action games to lag, and slow down (both of which were the most popular in the US). This is part of the reason sports titles sold so much better on Genesis and why Genesis was the go to for those games back then.
I've seen those sources on wiki and they prove jack shit. Have you? The sources don't say what you think they say.