The Super Cassette Vision was released in 1984, originally made by Epoch and released in Japan. When the system was manufactured and distributed for Europe (Particularly France), it was done by ITMC under the name of Yeno.
The system follows the Cassette Vision and Cassette Vision Junior. There were about 30 games made for the system (and available in Japan) of which about 17 or so were imported for European release. The joysticks are hard-wired to the console. The Nintendo Famicom was a major competitor for the system in Japan and so the Super Cassette Vision soon left the market because the competition became too strong.
Platform: Super Cassette Vision.