Step into the bleak, snow-covered wilderness D2... and the horror that lies within. Kenji Eno, Warp's mastermind behind the original D, has returned with another spellbinding action/adventure that is sure to keep you frozen to your seat. Laura and a few others have miraculously survived a plane crash in the Canadian Mountains. As she explores her isolated surroundings, mutants appear suddenly and the game switches to first-person combat. She must also solve puzzles and collect objects along the way. In between the action scenes, D2's dense storyline unfolds in hypnotic FMV sequences that are told through over three hours of gorgeous cinematics. D2 takes full advantage of Dreamcast's graphics engine to create stunningly realistic detail. Natural weather effects such as low-lying fog and snow that falls at 3,000 flakes per second add texture and mood to the game's compelling world.