The Virtua Striker (バーチャストライカー in Japanese) video games are arcade-style football/soccer sports games by Sega. Originally developed by Sega AM2, the series moved to Amusement Vision with Virtua Striker 3. But the series moved to Sega Sports Design R&D Dept. with Virtua Striker 4. The original Virtua Striker, released in 1994, was the first association football game to use 3D computer graphics, and was also notable for its early use of texture mapping, along with Sega's own racing video game Daytona USA. Only two games in the series have been released on home consoles - Virtua Striker 2 for the Sega Dreamcast, and Virtua Striker 2002 for the Nintendo GameCube.