Virtua Cop (AKA: Virtua Squad) is a series of first-person light-gun shooter games with 3 works Virtua Cop (1994), Virtua Cop 2 (1995) and Virtua Cop 3 (2003). Virtua Cop: Elite Edition (AKA: Virtua Cop: Re-Birth) is a bundle edition of Virtua Cop and Virtua Cop 2 (along with bonus unlockable artwork) released for PlayStation 2 in 2002.
MAME32 More! (MAME32M for short) was originally a modified edition of MAME developed by lahow, which joined Kaillera for online gaming support on the basis of MAME Plus!. It not only came with stable netplay similar to MAME32k, but also had many functions from MAME Plus! (like multiple languages support, IPS, etc.). However, the original author of MAME32 More! had stopped developing (he even deleted its homepage). So its final version stopped at 0.84.
Oriental Legend (西遊釋厄傳) is a series of 2D side-scrolling action arcade games produced by IGS from Taiwan. Oriental Legend 2 is neither Oriental Legend Super / Special released in 1998 nor the Oriental Legend Special Plus released in 2004. It is a brand-new and the real 西遊釋厄傳 II that only released on PGM2 platform in 2008.
After "Oriental Legend 2" sweeping over the arcade market, the high-profile classic action arcade game series derived another new work - Knights of Valour 2: New Legend (AKA: 三国战记II：盖世英雄, 三國戰紀2：横扫千軍). It was released for PGM2 arcade system board by IGS in 2008, has no direct relations with the whole series of Knights of Valour 2 on PGM platform.
Knights of Valour is a very classic and popular (especially in Asian countries) side-scrolling action arcade game series from Taiwan. Waiting for ten years after Knights of Valour 2, IGS brought us its orthodox sequel - Knights of Valour 3 (AKA: 三国战纪 III; 三國戰紀 3) in 2011, only released for PolyGame Master 2 (PGM2) platform.
Knights of Valour (KoV for short, AKA: 三国战纪, 三國戰紀, Sangoku Senki) is a very classic and popular multi-player action arcade game series adapted from one of Chinese four great historical novels - Romance of the Three Kingdoms. It was first released by International Games System (IGS for short, 鈊象电子) from Taiwan in 1999.