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I LOVE these types of games. It's basically the same game as Operation Mania (PC GAME) but harder to control nurse because of the WII remote. YOu have to point and click EXACTLY where you want her to go. It's fun, but nothing out of the ordinary. I wish you could hire more dr's or more nurses....
Rent it, but don't buy it...you'll get bored real quick
Most customer service games has you serving food or going into fashion. But not Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward.
In this game,you treat patiens coming into your hospital by clicking and dragging them over to the proper station, and giving the station the properly numbered clipboard. With some patients, you have to give them some other types of treatments before they're cured.
When a patient is healed fully, you get money; but to pass a level, you have to treat a certain number of patients correctly.
The money is used to by other treatment machines, a TV to increase the patience of a patient, or to buy plants, a food station and a water dispensor. (Why? I have no idea.)
The game starts off easy enough, but the difficulty ramps up drastically at about the halway point of the seventy levels this game has.
But there are other things making this game needlessly hard. The point and grab system is very clunky, picking up a pill at the counter is a real pain, and there's too much junk going on at that counter (it's where you pick up the clipboards, pills and wrenches.)
Also, there's no way to "level up" any of the equipment to make them preform any better; the money you make isn't put to good use.
These control issues and lack of money management turn what could've been a fun game into a more frustrating game - especally in the later levels where you have to treat many, many patients in order to pass the level.
Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward is a game for those that are into customer service games, and only that group of players. SKIP IT.