The Neo Geo AES (Advance Entertainment System) is a fourth-generation home video game console designed and manufactured by the SNK Corporation. The console was part of SNK’s Neo Geo family of systems which began with the release of the Neo Geo MVS (Multi Video System), a cartridge-based arcade system. The arcade platform was the first system in SNK’s Neo Geo line of systems, predating the Neo Geo AES home video game console.
Game Gear is a Fourth-Generation handheld video game console designed and manufactured by Sega. Released on October 6, 1990 in Japan the system became Sega’s first entry into the handheld video game market. The 8-bit system released in North America and Europe on April 26, 1991 becoming the primary competition for Nintendo’s Game Boy.