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.
Akumajou (Akumajo) Dracula X: Gekka no Yasoukyoku is the Japanese version (only sold in Japan) of the Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (悪魔城ドラキュラX 月下の夜想曲) originally released on PlayStation (PSone, PSX) console. It was published as the direct sequel of Akumajou Dracula X: Rondo of Blood, for Sega Saturn platform.
Sega Saturn (SS for short) is Sega's sixth generation of home video game console (32-bit), hence, they named it with the name of the sixth planet 'Saturn' in Solar System. At that time, the most headache thing for game designers is SS's enormously complex hardware architecture, which indirectly led to failure in the market competition with Sony's PlayStation (PSone) at the same time.
As is known to all, Slam Dunk is Inoue Takehiko (井上雄彦)'s master manga work. Accordingly, many game works with the same name emerged at the right moment. But there are mainly 3 Slam Dunk games are celebrated, that is: the version on SNES/SFC (Super Family Computer) platform with cartoon style; the most popular version on Sega Mega Drive console; and the totally orthodox sports game version for MAME with the highest playability.