VR Soccer (sometimes referred to as VR Soccor '96, and known as Actua Soccer in Japan and Europe) is a sports video game developed and published by Gremlin Interactive for MS-DOS, PlayStation, Sega Saturn. This was the first sports video game to include a full 3D graphics engine. For the animations of the players, 3 players of the club Sheffield Wednesday served as motion capture models. Actua Soccer contains only 44 national teams, each containing 22 players. However, in 1996 a new version containing clubs was released: Actua Soccer: Club Edition. It contained 20 Premier League teams from the 1996/1997 season. It became a best seller in Europe, mainly in the United Kingdom.