Sega's cards were better. They had blast processing.
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Really, REALLY wish he'd at least timeskipped to the early-mid '80s and talked more about Nintendo's arcade machines and early electronics leading into their managing to eke out a dominant position in the wake of Atari's (and the whole gaming market's) collapse, but oh well. I'm sure that's been covered elsewhere already, and exhaustively.
thanks for Making Japan Great Again, Trumpegawa!
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