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Trauma Team - Nintendo Wii
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- 6 specialists, 6 gameplay types
- Incredible, dynamic story sequences
- More realistic, more balanced, more fun
- Taking years of experience and tons of user feedback into consideration, the Trauma Center team elevates the medical action experience with cooperative play, unlockable rewards, and selectable difficulty levels
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The makers of the acclaimed medical action series Trauma Center blow the genre wide open with Trauma Team for Wii, bringing not one, but six exciting and creative gameplay modes! Play as a general surgeon, diagnostician, EMT, orthopedic surgeon, endoscope technician, or medical examiner. With improved game balance and a completely original approach to story cutscenes, Trauma Team delivers the thrills and drama of the best medical entertainment.
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In my opinion, Trauma Team is the best game in the Trauma Center Series. I really liked that they took away the timer (on most of the operations, a few have time limits). That allows you to be more precise and not be so rushed. However, the fast-paced action is not lost. In first response, it's a race to keep all of your patients alive. Some of them are brought to you in critical condition. I also liked forensics and diagnosis (especially forensics). Forensics stars Naomi Kimishima (also known as Nozomi Weaver), who was playable in Trauma Center: Second Opinion. Naomi's field lets you examine bodies, investigate crime scenes, and put together information (which usually surfaces the killer's identity). This game, which is a steal for $40, was one of the best purchases I ever made!
The concept is pretty unique. You perform operations in 5 different areas and as you progress through the game an intricate story unfolds for each character. It's told through motion comic in an anime style and is extremely cheesy. It's like watching a bad soap opera. But trust me, the awfulness really draws you in.
You can play in any one of 5 areas:
General Surgery: Similar to the previous games in the series. This time the storyline is you play as a mysterious surgeon serving a 250yr prison sentence for a crime he may or may not have committed. HUH??!?!!
Orthopedics: Similar to surgery but you get to use special ortho tools. It makes the gameplay less redundant. Here you play as this big lumbering orthopedic doc who's also a superhero on his off hours.
ER: Here the focus is on stabilizing multiple patients as soon as possible. And again, some of the tools and tasks are different. Here you're this super-hot type A latina ER doc.
Endoscopy: I don't really like this part of the game. You basically push a scope down an orifice (mouth, GI tract, etc.) and burn things, clamp bleeds, etc. The controls are complicated and it can make you really dizzy but anyone who's pushed a scope in real life would say the same thing. So I appreciate the game designers trying to branch out and try something different. The character is pretty lame too.Read more ›
The two other new modes are a "diagnosis" and a "forensics." You have to analyze patient statements and survey a crime scene. They are very intriguing and some scenarios are quite engaging, though it feels fairly removed from the more traditional "Trauma" gameplay. These two modes also slow-down gameplay considerably.
It also has a coop mode, but if you decide to skip it you're not really missing a whole lot.
In short, the game offers more gameplay options, the overall difficulty is lower, the game feels shorter than previous installments (owing to the adventure-style diagnosis and forensics modes). Overall still entertaining.
I LOVE LOVE LOVED playing this game! Every second, every mode, it was just a wonderful gaming experience from the moment I clicked 'new game'. My friend recomended me the series and then my mom got me the newest one. Since the game is almost like six in one I'll talk a bit about each of gameplay modes and my opoion of them. (I played a good deal of multiplayer with my friends and brother so I'll talk a bit about that too)
Just like my friend's game, Second Opoion, but I don't have a timer :D This was fun to no end! On difficulty settings like Resident(intermdiate) and Specialist(hard) it proved to be ocsaoally challenging, but like I said it was nothing but fun as soon as you read the charts and pulled out your wii remote. And the multiplayer only added to it, causing ever more drama to enter as I yelled at whoever was playing with me to hurry up and raise the vitals while I took out a tumor. XD I also loved the angst-filled storyline of CR-S01 'from death row to the O.R.' as it made even the times when I didn't have my scalple extremly enjoyable.
Exciting, dramatic, fast. Those are some of the words I could use to describe First Response. In this mode you switch between multiple paitents and treat them at the same time. It causes lots of tension and like Maria, the EMT who is the star of this mode, even as the operation ends you feel ready to yell 'Next!'...and then you realize its over. When you play multiplayer you have to split up the paitents and keep you eyes on the vitals. And once again like in Surgury, this causes the game to become even more fun and dramatic with someone else at your side.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
-Really liked the characters and the story overall.
-Very lengthy game. I see many reviews say it was too short, but I think they all skipped the cut scenes or... Read more
Super fun game!! I love all the elements. Wish I could give it more than 5 stars!Published 4 months ago by Kiki
If you liked what you saw in the demonstration videos Atlus put on YouTube, this game is worth every penny.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
I loved this game so much! The puzzle elements and medical elements are combined beautifullyPublished 13 months ago by Alana R
I really loved this game, this is my preferred game to lay when I'm not allowed to get out of bed because I'm sick. This game makes me feel all better! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Elvia Meza
If you're familiar with Trauma Center games, imagine that concept except on steroids and you've got Trauma Team. Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by PantsuPanic