When it comes down to big RPG titles for the SNES to never make it to America back in the 90’s both Seiken Densetsu 3 along with Sailor Moon: Another Story are two big titles that many people think about. In fact, its surprising that neither game was ported to the PS1 back in the mid 90’s since SNES games such as Chrono Trigger managed to appear on the 32 bit console during the time. While Seiken Densetsu 3 was the direct sequel to the Action-RPG classic Secret of Mana the turn based RPG Sailor Moon: Another Story was a game that surpassed the expectations of many people who were fans of the SM series back in the 90’s.
While many can argue that the Seiken Densetsu series reached its peak following the release of Secret of Mana its a well known fact that the Sailor Moon television series began to reach its peak between 1995-1998. In theory, Sailor Moon: Another Story could of have her very successful in America if it appeared on the PS1 opposed to SNES which most gamers stopped buying around the mid 90’s. However, Square Enix normally tends to have more popular games especially in relation to the RPG genre. While both games were underrated games for the SNES its highly up to speculation on which game would of had more success back in the mid 90’s.