The 16-bit era is considered to be the fifth generation of console gaming. It began in 1989 with the release of the Sega Genesis in North America, and ended in 1996 with the Nintendo 64. This was a period of great change for video games, as new technologies allowed developers to create more realistic graphics and sound than ever before. During this time, many different genres of games emerged and became popular with gamers around the world. Some of these include platformers like Super Mario World and Sonic The Hedgehog, action-adventure games like The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past, role-playing games like Final Fantasy VI, and first-person… Read More

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