My Vision

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ROMIcon.png My Vision
Box, instruction manual, RF cable, console unit, RF switch box and AC adapter
Manufacturer(s) Japan Nichibutsu
Release Date(s) Japan 1983
CPU(s) Zilog Z80
Sound chip(s) General Instrument AY-3-8910
Music section N/A

The My Vision (ja:マイビジョン) is a video game console from Nichibutsu, launched in 1983 only in Japan. The My Vision's hardware is similar to that of the MSX1, ColecoVision and SG-1000/SC-3000. A built-in keyboard serves as its controller, similarly to the Othello Multivision. Very little is known about the My Vision, due to having been discontinued shortly after the launch of Nintendo's Famicom.


All of the My Vision's games are board-type games:

  • Gomoku Narabe Renju
  • Hanafuda¹
  • Mahjong
  • Master Mind
  • Reversi (otherwise known as Othello)
  • Tsumeshougi¹

¹ are the My Vision's only two third-party titles, released by Logitec.


The My Vision contains one General Instrument AY-3-8910 sound chip for music and sound effects.

VGM Scene

My Vision VGMs can be logged only with MESS.