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- Two Player Cooperative Play
- All-New Story, characters and Operations
- Fully Voiced dialogue where characters come to life and speak to you
- Full 480p and 16x9 wide screen support
- Online Score Ranking system
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At a remote hospital in Alaska, Dr. Markus Vaughn and his partner Valerie Blaylock work in a non-political environment, working only to heal and affect lives in a positive manner. When the facility unexpectedly closes they are forced to return to Concordia Medical Institute, where politics are more important than patients lives, and doctors more concerned with image than their ministration. They are recruited into the government organization Caduceus, where they will learn of a conspiracy with dire ramifications, and their lives will be changed forever.
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This game takes place 10 years after the events that occured in Trauma Center: Second Opinion, which took place in the year 2018, when medical terrorists were using a virus called GUILT (Gangliated Utrophin Immuno Latency Toxin)to terrorize people all over the world. And a doctor named Derek Stiles, who was gifted with the Healing Touch, had to stop the Virus and cure its victims. Now, in New Blood,10 years later in 2028, there is an even greater threat at hand. Its name is Stigma. It is a very deadly pathogen that was discovered and released into the public by accident. Now, two very talented Alaskan surgeons (named Markus Vaugn and Valerie Blaylock) with the Healing Touch must stop Stigma and save people's lives before they become victims of Stigma Themselves. The tension is on as they preform life- saving operations, in hopes that they can accomplish their mission.
PROS AND CONS
This game has really good graphics. A lot better that Trauma Center: Second Opinion. You actually feel like you are operating on someone.The graphics are so lifelike, and there is also the classic Japanese anime- style art involved too.
Awesome gameplay and storyline: This game has a truly gripping storyline that will keep you coming back for more! I could not stop playing it because there was drama and danger around every twist and turn.
Full voice-over Dialogue: In the first installment of Trauma Center for the Wii, Only a few parts of what the doctors and nurses were saying were actually said aloud, the rest you had to read, But now they have actors saying everything that is written on the screen.
Controlls and rumble feature of the Wii remote and nunchuck: The Wii remote has a built in rumble feature, that allows you to really feel the action as you are preforming operations. The nunchuck allows you to select the surgical tools that are necessary for you to successfully complete every operation. The Wii remote serves as your scalpel, Syringe, suturing tool, and ultrasound among other things. You also use thi remote and nunchuck as the defibrillators.
Co-op mode: Now you can play with a family member or friend to help you to accomplish those tricky and difficult operations that you just can't do on your own. You can do operations twice as fast with one other person to help you to finish the operation successfully.
A lot of the operations are very hard to complete, even when playing on the Easy setting! But this game is very fun nonetheless.
I would defnitely reccomend this game to anyone who dreams, or has drempt, of becoming a doctor. Before I played this game, I didn't handle the virtual pressure well, and I was really shaky when I held the Wii remote, Now i am not shaky at all! It really makes you hold your hand steady like a real surgeon would have to. This is a really grat game that will shock and suprise you constantly to the point to where you are screaming at the television and virtual characters and in denial at what is happening in the storyline.
I hope that my review has helped you!
The heart of the game is the operating, which can be exciting, stressful, tense, and frustrating all the same time. But it's quite a rush when you've got a time limit and some bleeding patient who needs you to hurry up. :) Controls seem to be spot on and are a lot of fun to interact with each patient. I especially like using the defibrillator. While the game can be slightly difficult, I don't mind replaying levels that I've failed.
The only downside I'm seeing so far, are the extremely lengthy cut scenes in between game play. The acting for the stories are very good, but there's just so much of it! Other than that, the game is unique and fun enough to own.
Overall - 4 Stars
Control - 4 Stars
Graphics - 3 1/2 Stars
Sound - 4 1/2 Stars
Fun - 5 Stars
Gameplay can be frustrating for those lacking in hand-eye coordination, but the varying levels of difficulty are accomodating.
Overall a very enjoyable game that highlights the ingenuity of the wii remote.
The addition of multiplayer is a huge improvement. My wife and I have spent an afternoon running through the whole story, and it's great for building teamwork (provided you keep a good attitude throughout!).
The controls can be finicky at first, and suturing is hilariously off. The game also takes itself very seriously, which also turns out to be hilarious given how off-the-wall and corny the story actually is.
I'd recommend it if you got your hands on a Wii or Wii U and are looking for fun on the cheap!