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It should be said that, in all fairness, the SNES version both looked and played better than this one. The differences are minor - subtle differences in control and the graphics aren't as colorful - by they don't spoil the game at all. If you have a choice, pick up the SNES cart, but the Genesis version is still full of undersea goodness.
All of this is a shame because the graphics are rather nice and you get to use the expected vehicles and extras, including Darwin the Dolphin - but it's all just too little of too much to do SeaQuest justice.