GUFUyourself writes - "Let’s go back to a simpler time: the ’90s. The SNES (or Super Famicom in Japan) has just launched in Japan and Nintendo is on top of the world. The SNES only launched with two games: Super Mario World and F-Zero. SEGA’s 16-bit console the MegaDrive (or Genesis in North America) has already been going strong for almost two years. The “16-Bit Wars” were already off to a raging start. Back in the days of MC Hammer and parachute pants, Japanese developers were the leaders in video games. Nintendo, SEGA, and even Hudson dominated the market. Other companies such as Atari, Philips, and later Sony would try to make a dent in the market but only Sony managed to do it. The vast majority of Western game developers stuck to the PC as their platform of choice for games. Besides Nintendo and SEGA dropping classics like pennies, third-party companies like Squaresoft, Capcom, and Konami were delivering experiences that still top almost all of their efforts in the present day."