Modern gamers are usually engage in hot debates as to which is better, the 360 or PS3. But in the 90’s, the hottest rivalry among kids is between the Sega Mega Drive (or Genesis for the US market) and the SNES.
These 16-bit consoles have arcade games, with Super Mario for one while Sonic The Hedgehog for the other. These are both famous games so now you can see why the debates about them were heated.
Gensoid is pretty much easy to use, like how it is with its Nintendo counterpart. This emulator shares the same menu options and modifications.
Sonic 2, one of my favourites, played out well and it even has an enjoyable “save anywhere” feature that allows you to put the game on pause anytime you need to. But be warned about Mega Drive because you need to do finish it in one game without its save function.
You may also encounter some graphical problems. OutRun has graphical artefacts, while Afterburner 2’s sprites are found with boxes surrounding them.
Despite the glitches though, Gensoid is still appropriate as software, especially when used for Sonic.