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Bandai Super Vision 8000

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History[edit]

The Bandai Super Vision 8000 was released in 1979 for 60,000 yen as the first cartridge based system released in the Japanese Market.[1]

Bandai acquired rights to sell the Intellivision in the Japanese market, and discontinued the Bandai Super Vision 8000 less then a year after launch to focus on the Intellivision.[1][2]

Technology[edit]

An NEC D780C-1, a similar processor to the one used in the Bandai Super Vision.

The Bandai Super Vision 8000 uses a NEC D780C (Z80 compatible) 8-bit CPU clocked at 3.58MHz.[2][3] The system uses a General Instruments AY-3-8910 coprocessor.[1]

Game library[edit]

  • Beam Galaxian
  • Gun Professional
  • Missile Vader
  • Space Fire
  • PacPacBird
  • Submarine
  • Othello

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