Bloodnet had only just been released and there we were already looking at the marvellous sequel… even if it came out camouflaged under another corporate banner. Though the family likeness, thematically, graphically and in gameplay, was so apparent that a look at the detailed game credits was not even necessary.
We find ourselves in another dystopian future. A theocratic organization calling itself the Hand of God has taken over the government. It only makes sense, as the Christian mythology has turned out to be all real. Contact with hell, at least, has been established and eager exchanges are taking place. Earth's criminals find themselves condemned to this place for eternity. Much better than regular prison, isn't it? Well, maybe not "better", but certainly effective.