When SEGA burst onto the scene with one of their gaming consoles, the SEGA genesis, Nintendo had some fierce competition. SEGA's main campaign was "Genesis Does What Nintendont" a catchy way of saying SEGA can do what Nintendo can't do. This included providing games at a low price with a system that was super powerful. Sales for the Genesis skyrocketed and sold very well in the US and overseas. Selling over 29 million units is extremely impressive, but Super Nintendo out sold the genesis by selling 49.1 million units. Even with games like Streets of Rage or Sonic the Hedgehog, they were no match to Nintendo's popular titles Street Fighter and Super Mario World.