The saving grace of DHT2 is the shooter game, which is a nice mix of Virtua Cop and Time Crisis, something rarely seen on the PC. It may be simple, but it's done nicely, and with a mouse it plays like a dream (if not a little too easy). Nearly everything on the screen can be shot, blown up, or broken in some way by bullets, even down to tiny details like the plates and glasses in the reception hall of the prison. The addition of being able to toss grenades at enemies while you're firing may not always be helpful, but it's certainly fun, and a nice addition to the shooter genre. The graphics come across a lot better than the other segments, and the camera work really lends a cinematic feel to what should have been a cinematic game.