The Sega Mega Drive's biggest commercial and financial success was in Europe, outperforming the Super Nintendo in sales and market share by a significant margin. The European launch of the console was secured with a much larger lineup of games in Europe than the United States in Japan since the console was already two years old at the time. The release of the Mega Drive in Europe was handled by Virgin Mastertronic, which was later purchased by Sega in 1991 and became Sega of Europe.
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