Who killed Sega? Why Nintendo, of course, except that’s not the whole story of the video-game company that in the early 1990s could briefly brag that it owned more than 60 percent of the lucrative, U.S. video-game market. For a while, Sega was winning what we know today at the console wars. Thanks to the most popular video-game character around, Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega’s Genesis console was the most popular video-game platform on the planet,...Continue Reading