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The Super Cassete Vision is the successor to the [[Cassette Vision]]. Unlike it's predecessor, it was actually good, being sold in Europe and receiving a handful of games. However, soon the [[NES]] arrived the Super Cassette Vision was thus forgotten.
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The Super Cassete Vision is the successor to the [[Cassette Vision]]. Since it was a third gen console, it had much better specs than it's predecessor. And unlike the Cassette Vision, this one actually got out of Japan, being sold in some European countries. Though it got a moderate success, it was quickly forgotten as soon as the [[NES|Famicom]] arrived.
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The Super Cassete Vision had two hardwired controls and a digital pad, unlike the weird layout of the original. It received a handful of games, including licensed titles and conversions.
 
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Revision as of 02:03, January 30, 2015

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The Super Cassete Vision is the successor to the Cassette Vision. Since it was a third gen console, it had much better specs than it's predecessor. And unlike the Cassette Vision, this one actually got out of Japan, being sold in some European countries. Though it got a moderate success, it was quickly forgotten as soon as the Famicom arrived.

The Super Cassete Vision had two hardwired controls and a digital pad, unlike the weird layout of the original. It received a handful of games, including licensed titles and conversions.

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