City/Living Quarters① is an area in Edward City that is featured in Dino Crisis 2.
It's a large open yard with the entrance to the "Bobson" Drug Store. A container can be seen on the right side and there is a broken barricade. The door not far from the crashed helicopter leads to the City/Living Quarters②. The open yard is littered with several human and dinosaur corpses.
After the Triceratops chase, Dylan and Regina crash into a large open grass where the two are surrounded by Velociraptor. David comes out of nowhere in a helicopter and elliminates the dinosaurs. After witnessing all of the citizens being killed, he crash lands in the city. David, Dylan and Regina have a brief conversation before the three begin their separate search.
Player will assume Dylan's role here. By walking up ahead toward the open space, a drug store can be seen. If Dylan climbs up the container not far from the broken barricade, a Med Pak L can be found on the other side, below it. The door not far from the crashed helicopter leads to the next Living quarters, however the door is locked and requires the Living Quarters Key.
After exiting the Drug Store, the area will be swarmed with Pteranodon.
|Crashed helicopter||This is the helicopter that David was piloting. It probably ran out of fuel and crash-landed.|
|Gate for vehicles||The gate's probably used to move out jeeps and other large vehicles. The gate won't operate since it has no power source.|
|Drug Store sign||It's a Drug Store sign. It has been repainted several times. Probably by the owner.|
|Small vehicle||It's a small vehicle. All it needs is fuel to run. It's in good condition.|
|Dead human and raptors||There are signs of humans being eaten as well as raptors.|
|Broken barricade||It's a poor barricade made from just about everything they could gather. It probably didn't even help them sleep better at night.|
|Power-line tower||They must have been using the damaged power-line tower as a guard tower.|
|Advertisement on Bobson's Store||"From Candy to Ammo, the last biggest sale ever!"|
In the localization, the Living Quarters have no space between the word and number, unlike other areas.