You're being ridiculous right now.
I do think most of the video game press is very bias. You've been acting like I'm trying to take credit away from Turbo, which I'm not. I'm just saying there are people like me who think the Genesis game is superior and thus deserves it's due credit, that's all.
The Super Nintendo outsold Genesis for these reasons in my opinion.
-A lot of the Super Nintendo's biggest games were followups to the biggest selling franchises from the NES and thus had greater brand power, Sega had to invest their time in creating original titles that could compete with them.
-The Genesis had pretty good third party support but the SNES had more.
-It had superior graphics and sound not undone by an unreasonable price that killed consoles like the Neo Geo.
-Had a strong RPG library while the Genesis lacked in that department.
-In later years Sega began investing less attention in Genesis titles and more into marketing the Sega CD and 32x, and then the Saturn. This allowed the Super Nintendo to gain an advantage especially when highly anticipated games like Donkey Kong Country and Chrono Trigger were being released.
I do not think the SNES sold better because it had a better library. That's obviously subjective, and in my opinion they are tied, SNES fared better in some things and the Genesis fared better in others.
As far as arcade ports go? I actually think that's split, there were several arcade ports that were exclusive to the Genesis, several that were exclusive to the SNES. And multiplatform games may have fared better on the SNES most of the time but that wasn't ALWAYS the case. Sometimes crisper graphics would come at the cost of less polished gameplay, sometimes SNES versions had more slowdown or less frames of animation.
They're two of the greatest consoles ever made, and it's baffling that fanboys still have flame wars about them as if that console war is still going on.