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The Epoch Super Cassette Vision is an 8-bit console from the third generation of video game consoles. Released on July 17, 1984 in Japan and during 1984 in France, the Super Cassette Vision was the successor to the Cassette Vision, one of the first Japanese consoles to use cartridges. Epoch intended for the system to go up against the likes of Nintendo's Family Computer and Sega's SG-1000, but it could never attain a significant portion of the Japanese market and was quietly discontinued by the beginning of 1987, with only 30 games being released. Despite its failure, the Super Cassette Vision is an interesting curiosity for collectors and is notable for being the first game console to offer RGB output.