A Youtube Video on the ‘Made in Japan’ Retro Computer Festival by the Centre for Computing History. It’s almost 1.5 hours long and looks filled with retro-computing and retro-gaming goodness from Japan.
Sensory overload! I do at least see a Basic interpreter at the 17min mark… (Basic on cartridge for the Z80-based RX-78.) Ah, and then we meet the iconic Sharp MZ-80A - load Basic from in-built tape deck. And then Tomy’s 16-bit 9900-based machine, the Pyūta aka Tutor, as mentioned previously with two versions of Basic
Ah, and at 43m, Epson’s PX-8 aka Geneva - a little CP/M machine with a microcassette drive built in.