The Super NES might be the best of the 16-bit systems. We say "might" because we haven't had it long enough, or seen enough games, to know for sure. We do know it's hot, though. The graphics, color and sound look pretty much like what Genesis brings to the screen, which is saying a lot. But the Super NES gets the nod for play control. Where the Genesis controller has A, B, C and Start buttons, the Super NES sports A, B, X, Y, Start and Select buttons on the face and Left and Right buttons on the front side. Obviously, that increases your options. It also gives game programmers more room to move when they're dreaming up new titles.