The famous 16-bit war was all about Sega versus Nintendo, Sonic versus Mario and to a more hardcore extent, Yuji Naka versus Shigeru Miyamoto. Throughout the 90s, it seemed like both game designers squared off in a battle of creativity. Nintendo’s Miyamoto dazzled audiences with the Super Mario Bros. and Legend of Zelda franchises, while Sega’s Naka captured consumer imaginations with award-winning Sonic the Hedgehog titles and NiGHTS into Dreams. This continued into the previous decade, as Naka continued to keep up with Miyamoto with creative efforts like ChuChu Rocket! And Sonic Advance.
John Artest (RunDLC)