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D-2
Publisher: Sega (US), Warp (JP)
Developer:
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Peripherals supported: Dreamcast VGA Box, Jump Pack, Visual Memory Unit
Genre: Adventure































Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥6,800 T-30006M
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Hope)
¥6,800 T-30003M
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Bliss)
¥6,800 T-30004M
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Eclipse)
¥6,800 T-30005M
Sega Dreamcast
US
$49.95[1] 51036




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D-2 (D no Shokutaku 2 (Dの食卓2) in Japan) is the sequel to D and Enemy Zero, and was released for the Sega Dreamcast in 1999.

There are no less than three different special editions of the game in Japan along with the standard release.

History

Development

Warp originally started working on a D-2 as early as 1996, where it was targeted for release on Panasonic's M2 console - a console which never saw the light of day. This Dreamcast D-2 is a re-working of that game, with basic ideas and concepts brought forward, but with an entirely new game engine and assets.

At one point, D2 was being developed for the Sega Saturn[2] (having been hinted by Kenji Eno at Tokyo Game Show 1997 Autumn[3]) before being moved to the Dreamcast.

Production credits

  • Directed and Story by: Kenji Eno
  • C.G. Director: Shosaburo Tateishi
  • C.G. Animators: Hirohiko Sugamura, Tomohisa Oda, Tomoko Kasahara, Tomonori Kubokawa, Kazuaki Arai, Satoshi Mochizuki, Atsushi Inoue, Takeshi Nozue, Tomomi Yano, Hideki Sudo, Takashi Otsuki
  • C.G. Designers: Tomohiro Miyazaki, Yuji Haba, Terunori Kobayashi, Ko Takeuchi, Marie Yamada, Michihito Hatakeyama, Takahiro Matsuhira, Kazuyuki Ebara
  • Programmers: Hirofumi Hayashida, Makoto Sakai, Naoya Sato, Hiromitsu Shimakura, Daijyu Kawashima, Tomoharu Shibuya, Tetsuya Ogawa, Shinya Sato
  • Dialogue Writer: Yuji Sakamoto
  • Assistant Planner: Osamu Watanabe, Chiharu Sugaya
  • Voice actors
    • Laura: Yui Komazuka
    • Kimberly: Naoko Koda
    • David: Akio Otsuka
    • Parker: Jin Yamanoi
    • Jannie: Etsuko Kozakura
    • John: Yoshitada Otsuka
    • Kenny: Fubito Yamano
    • Linda: Miyoko Aso
    • Larry (Terrorist): Taro Arakawa
    • Cliff (Terrorist): Kazuya Nakai
    • The Conjurer: Ken Sanders
    • Janie'S Grandpa: Ichiro Nagai
    • The Stewardes: Minako Ichiki
    • Lucy: Yoshiko Sakakibara
    • The Greatmother: Haruko Kitahama
    • Martha: Kumiko Hironaka
    • Tom And The Parrot: Kenji Nojima
    • The Priest: Yuzuru Fujimoto
  • Production of Voice Actors: Izumi Kikaku, Ezaki Production, Office Ohsawa, Dojinsha Production, Aoni Production, Seinenza, Haikyo, 81 Produce, Production Baobab
  • Voice Actors For Monsters: Moriya Endo, Jin Domon, Hiromi Nishikawa
  • Casting By: Kenji Ohyama (Office Ohsawa)
Sound Staff
  • Sound Producer: Daigo Uchida (Create One)
  • Sound Producer'S Assistant: Minoru Shibata
  • Sound Engineering By: Mit Gathering
  • Sound Engineer: Takashi Tachibana (MIT)
  • Assistant Sound Engineer: Yuki Yasoshima (MIT)
  • Sound Effects by: Takashi Tachibana (MIT), Masayoshi Shimano (MIT), Hiroko Takagi (MIT)
  • Mixed by: Sony Pcl
  • Mixer: Masakazu Yamaguchi (Sony Pcl)
  • Assistant Mixer: Takuya Hara (Sony Pcl)
  • Coordinated by: Tatehiko Aoki (Sotsu Agency)
  • Recorded At: Mit Studio
  • Sound Data Coverted By: Motohiro Tsuji (Be-Flat), Tetsuya Ohuchi (Be-Flat)
Music Staff
  • Music by: Kenji Eno
  • A&R Producer: Katsunori Eguchi (First Smile)
  • Director: Takao Kondo (Sonic Parade), Motohiro Tsuji (Be-Flat)
  • Engineer: Motohiro Tsuji, Masayoshi Okawa
  • Programmed by: Kenji Eno, Kazuhiro Yamahara
  • Manipurated by: Kazuhiro Yamahara
  • Recorded At: Den Music Studio, GTO Studio, Sonic Garden, Hit Studio, Wonder Station
  • Musicians Are: Tonika Ichinose, Madoka Sato, Azusa Dodo, Tomoko Kanda, Yumi Arai, Mina Fukuzawa, Akina Karasawa, Kazuo Iwai, Noriko Nomizo, Atsuko Ozaki, Yuki Umemoto, Kazuhiro Yamahara, Kenji Eno
  • Instruments Equipment By: Yamaha Corporation
  • "Counting the Roses" Music and Lyrics by: Arto Lindsay
  • C.G. Supported by: Shirogumi Inc.
  • Director: Yuji Hikosaka
  • Chief Designers: Akira Iwamoto, Takayuki Taketa
  • Designer: Yoshiki Shimahara, Hirotaka Nitou, Manabu Koike
  • C.G. Supported by: Magic Pictures
  • Chief Designer: Makoto Chiba
  • Designers: Yoshihiro Fujita, Midori Tokutomi
  • C.G. Supported by: Jun Yokoishi
  • C.G. Supported by: Discreet, A Division of Autodesk,Ltd.Japan
  • C.G. Supported by: D-Storm, Inc.
  • C.G. Supported by: DPS Japan K.K.
  • C.G. Supported by: Q, Inc.
  • Program Supported By: Sega (Software technical support dept.), Kazuhiro Takase, Hiroaki Sano, Kenei Unoki, Koichi Murayama
  • Program Supported By: Sega (System R&D Dept.), Takashi Ando, Tomoaki Saito, Hideki Kudo, Kazuyoshi Hara, Akira Matsuo
  • Technical Supported By: CRI Corp., Takashi Nozawa, Misao Matushita, Masao Oshimi, Tomonori Saguchi, Yasuhide Tanaka, Shun Hosaka, Kengo Mikoshiba
  • Sound Program Supported By: Sega (Digital media planning dept.), Takahiro Obara, Yoshiaki Kashima, Tadashi Jokagi, Koichi Ishii
  • Staffs at Warp are: Junko Sunaoka, Chiaki Sakurai, Shinji Yorifuji, Sakura Yamazaki, Eri Tanabe, Tamami Tatsuzawa, Takako Kishi
  • Special Thanks: Sega Enterprises, Ltd., Yamaha Corporation, Shoichiro Irimajiri, Isao Okawa, Masanao Maeda, Yu Suzuki, Norio Watanabe, Junichi Shimizu, Keith Palmer, Masaaki Kawamura, Jin Shimazaki, Koji Iwase
  • The Producer Wishs To Thanks: Tetsuya Mizuguchi, Ken-Ichi Nishi, Yoot Saito, Hideo Kojima, Yuji Horii, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Hiroyuki Nakata, Stephen Cohen, Ebizoo, Each Family of Creators At Warp, My Family
  • Produced by Kenji Eno
  • Made at Warp, Tokyo, Japan
  • Presented by Warp
  • Thank You For Playing
Source: In-game credits (JP)


Magazine articles

Main article: D-2/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

D2 DC JP Flyer.pdf

PDF
JP flyer

DCM JP 20000107 2000-01.pdfDCM JP 20000107 2000-01.pdf

PDF
Print advert in Dreamcast Magazine (JP) #2000-01: "2000-01 (2000-01-07, 14)" (1999-12-24)

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
80 №97, p92/93[4]
80 №1999-40, p25Media:DCM_JP_19991231_1999-40.pdf[5]
83 №, p34[6]
80 №576, p37
Sega Dreamcast
81
Based on
4 reviews

Dreamcast, US
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Disc 1
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Disc 2
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Disc 3
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Disc 4
D2 dc us manual.pdf
Manual
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Inlay
Dreamcast, JP
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Cover
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Disc 1
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Disc 2
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Disc 3
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Disc 4
Dreamcast, JP (Hope Edition)
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Cover
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Spinecard
Dreamcast, JP (Bliss Edition)
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Cover
Dreamcast, JP (Eclipse Edition)
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Cover

External links

  • Sega of Japan catalogue pages (Japanese): Dreamcast

References