My Vision

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My Vision
Nichibutsu My Vison Logo.png
Nichibutsu My Vision.jpg
TypeHome video game console
GenerationThird generation
Release date
MediaROM Cartridge

The My Vision (Japanese: マイビジョン, Hepburn: Mai bijon) is a home video game console developed by Nichibutsu and released in Japan in 1983. The system was dedicated solely to playing video versions of popular board games. The console had no controllers; instead, players used a keyboard on the front of the console to input their actions.


A total of 6 games were released for the system:

  • Gomoku Narabe Renju (Nihon Bussan, 4500 yen)
  • Hanafuda (Logitech, 4500 yen)
  • Mahjong (Nihon Bussan, 4500 yen)
  • Mastermind (Logitech)
  • Reversi
  • Tsumeshogi (Logitech, 4500 yen)


Ultamate Console Database. My Vision, retrieved Feb 2, 2007

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