Category:JVC/Victor
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Below is a list of all MSX hardware and software by Victor Company of Japan (JVC)

While internationally known as JVC, they are known simply as Victor in Japan, and hence all Japanese products are under the Victor brand.

Contents

Hardware

Computers

Model Year Region Model Year Region
MSX1 JVC HC-7E 1985 Europe Victor HC-7 1985 JP
JVC HC-7GB 1985 UK Victor HC-30 1985 JP
Victor HC-5 1983 JP Victor HC-60 1985 JP
Victor HC-6 1984 JP
Model Year Region Model Year Region
MSX2 Victor HC-80 1986 JP Victor HC-95 1987 JP
Victor HC-90 1987 JP Victor HS-D8000 (*) 1987 JP

(*) HC-90/95 based NAPLPS terminal system (see MSX Magazine (Jap) 1987 04 pages 106-107)

Controllers

Product Description
JVC HC-JC15 Joystick
Victor HC-A704M Mouse
Victor HC-J615 Joystick
Victor HC-J625 Joy Card (Joypad)
Victor HC-J635 Joystick

Network and I/O Interfaces

Product Description
Victor HC-A703E Expansion box
Victor IF-7610 RS-232C interface

Storage

Product Description
JVC/Victor HC-F303 External 3.5" 360kB FDD
JVC/Victor HC-FC303 FDD Interface for HC-F303
JVC/Victor HC-R105 Data recorder
Victor HD-851 VHD player
Victor HD-7900 VHD player
Victor HD-8900 VHD player
Victor HD-9300 VHD player
Victor HD-9500 VHD player
Victor HD-V1 VHD player
Victor IF-7510 VHD Interface adapter HC-5 to HD-7900
Victor IF-7900 VHD Interface adapter HC-7 to HD-7900
Victor IF-7910 VHDpc Interface (for interaction)
Victor IF-C9C Interface adapter VHD player to HC-90/95

Misc

Product Description
JVC MSX MIDI MIDI interface
Victor HC-A501F RF modulator for HC-5, HC-6 and eventually HC-60
Victor HC-A602S Superimpose module for HC-5, HC-6 or HC-60
Victor HC-C611R RGB21 Cable
Victor IF-2000 (*) HC-90/95 dedicated VTR intelligent control unit
Victor IF-2001 (*) HC-90/95 & IF-2000 dedicated VTR controller interface
Victor IF-C40SK S-Video interface for HC-90/95

(*) see MSX Magazine (Jap) 1987 04 page 107

Software

Applications

Product MSX Region Size Sound Year Title Notes
HS-R0001 1 JP  ? PSG 1983 Joy Graph
HS-C7104 1 JP 4 tapes PSG 1984 Video Title
M-20001 1 JP 16kB PSG 1984 Super Synth Developed by Cross Media Soft
Ported by Musical Plan
M-20002 1 JP Tape PSG 1984 Super Synth Developed by Cross Media Soft
Ported by Musical Plan
HS-R7001 1 JP  ? PSG 1984 Video Edipal
HS-R5001 1 JP  ? PSG 1985 Joy Graph Re-release
Sold with Victor HC-60 computer
HS-R6001 1 JP 128kB PSG 1985 Kanji-ROM (JIS1)
HS-R7501 1 JP 32kB PSG 1985 Joy Telop
HS-R9001 1 JP  ? PSG 1985 Joy Letter
VIA-1501 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 Video Scramble
VIA-1502 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 Xevious Map Developed by Namco
1 JP  ?16kB PSG 1985 Tiny Joy Graph (and more) Firmware of Victor HC-7 computer
2 JP  ? PSG 1985 Tiny Synth Developed by Musical Plan
1 UK Tape PSG 1985 Character Generator Part of compilation for
JVC HB-7GB computer
HS-D9050 2 JP 2 disks PSG 1986 Joy Letter 2
HS-D9550 2 JP Disk PSG 1986 Info Card
2 JP 16kB PSG 1986 Tiny Synth + Tiny Graph Firmware of Victor HC-80 computer
1 UK Tape PSG 1986 MSX MIDI Studio Performer Developed by EMR
Part of the JVC MSX MIDI package
HS-D7050 2 JP Disk PSG 1987 Telop Development Soft
HS-D5050 2 JP Disk PSG 1988 Graphics Editor
HS-R6002 1 JP 256kB PSG 1988 Kanji-ROM (JIS1+JIS2)
2 JP Disk PSG 1988 Edipal


Games

JVC/Victor games

Product MSX Region Size Sound Year Title Notes
VIA-1 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 VROOM
VIA-2 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 The Players Club
VIA-3 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 Alice in Chemical Reaction
VIA-4 ? 1 JP VHD PSG Unreleased Highway Star
VIA-5 1 JP VHD PSG 1985 Planet Mephius Developed by T&E Soft
VIA-1001 +
VIAM-1001
1 JP VHD +
Tape
PSG 1985 Thunderstorm Developed by Data East
1 JP Tape PSG 1985 Mole Mole Developed by Cross Media Soft
1 UK Tape PSG 1985 Blagger Developed by Alligata
Part of compilation for
JVC HB-7GB computer
M-2001 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Mole Mole Developed by Cross Media Soft
Although marketed for MSX2,
this game is also for MSX1
M-2002 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Pegasus Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2003 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Mole Mole 2 Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2004 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Nyan Nyan Professional
Wrestling
Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2005 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Point X Occupation Strategy Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2006 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Tear Of Nile Developed by Cross Media Soft
MVIA-101 +
VIAM-101
1 JP VHD +
Tape
PSG 1986 Birdie Try Developed by Compile
MVIA-102 +
VIAM-102
1 JP VHD +
Tape
PSG 1986 Time Gal Developed by Taito
MVIA-103 +
VIAM-103
1 / 2 JP VHD +
Tape
PSG 1986 Road Blaster Developed by Data East
M-2007 1 JP 32kB PSG 1987 Venus Fire Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2008 1 JP 32kB PSG 1987 Shout Match Developed by Fun Project
M-2009 1 JP 32kB PSG 1987 Drainer Developed by Fun Project
M-2010 2 JP 256kB PSG 1987 War of the Dead Developed by Fun Project
M-2011 2 JP 128kB PSG 1988 Tsurikichi Sanpei Burumarine
Hen
Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2012 2 JP 128kB PSG 1988 MSX English Dictionary Developed by Hi-Score
M-2013 2 JP 128kB PSG 1988 Zombie Hunter Developed by Hi-Score
M-3501-2 2 JP 2 disks PSG 1988 War of the Dead Part 2 Developed by Fun Project
M-3503 2 JP Disk PSG 1988 Mah-Jong Shark 1 Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-2014 2 JP 256kB PSG 1989 Tsurikichi Sanpei Tsurisennin
Hen
Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-3504 2 JP Disk PSG 1989 Yajiuma Pennant Race Developed by Cross Media Soft
M-3505-6 2 JP 2 disks PSG 1989 Jack Nicklaus Championship
Golf
Developed by Accolade
M-3507-8 2 JP 2 disks PSG 1990 Shonan Legend Developed by Cross Media Soft
Released by Pony Canyon
K28X5042 1 JP Tape PSG 1983 Amida Developed with CBS/Sony


Pack-In-Video games

Pack-In-Video was a Japanese video game publisher and developer. In October 1996 the company was merged with the video game division of Victor Entertainment and became Victor Interactive Software.

Product MSX Region Size Sound Year Title Notes
MS-1 1 JP 32kB PSG 1985 Rambo
MS-5 2 JP 128kB PSG 1986 Super Rambo Special
MS-6 1 JP 32kB PSG 1986 Space Camp
MS-7 1 JP 128kB PSG 1986 Young Sherlock
MS-10 2 JP 256kB PSG
MSX-AUDIO
1987 Labyrinth MSX-AUDIO needs to be in slot 1
and the game in slot 2
MS-11 1 JP 64kB PSG 1987 Batman Developed by Ocean
MS-14 2 JP 128kB PSG 1987 Family Billiards Developed by Klon
MS-15 2 JP Disk PSG 1988 Military Shogi Developed by Klon
MS-16 2 JP Disk PSG 1988 L'Affaire Developed by Infogrames
MS-17 2 JP 128kB PSG 1988 Predator
MS-18 2 JP 128kB PSG 1988 Ide Yosuke Meijin
no Jissen Mahjong
Developed by Capcom
MS-22 2 / 2+ JP Disk PSG
MSX-MUSIC
1988 The Golf
MS-26 2 JP Disk PSG
MSX-MUSIC
1989 Silviana
MS-28 2 JP Disk PSG 1989 The Golf Course Collection