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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward

Not Rentable
Also on:DS
GF Rating
4.5

252 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
1

Horrible

Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward

posted by MaryNErnie (SHELTON, WA) Sep 22, 2009

Member since Sep 2009

I did not like this game! Not enough choices as well as game style was more like the 80's. Got bored with it in about ten minutes. Would not rent or purchase.

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GF Rating
3

Bad

Nothing like Theme Hospital, more like Diner Dash

posted by Stephypoo (MAYS LANDING, NJ) Sep 17, 2009

Member since Sep 2009

I thought this game would be cool, but it turns out to be just like Diner Dash. You play a nurse and you just have to bring patients their perscriptions, and make the beds after they leave. You cant free roam or anything like that. I would only recommend this game to people who like games like Diner Dash or Cake Mania. Its nothing like Theme hospital which i thought it was going to be like.

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GF Rating
5

Fair

Service game that is Work.

posted by Slothman (CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH) Aug 11, 2009

Member since Aug 2009

I rented this game because I do like some service games. This game reminds me of some of them, but the poor aspects.
+ Good mix of "stations" for the different ailments that patients present to the hospital
+ Good tutorial. It is a good mix of showing you the basic controls while playing the game
+ Challanging game. It would be very difficult to beat this game quickly.

- Graphics are horrible. It seems like a bad port, with little emphesis on modifying the VGA colors.
- Game play is pointlessly repetitive. Click on the patient, drag to point A. Drag to point B. Click on D. Click on E. Click on F. Click on G. Rinse, Repeat. Point B changes, but the rest is the same. I think that I actually got some repetitive stress injury playing this game. Oh and some of these points are REALLY small.
- There is no "learning" on this game. There is no upgrading, or moving on. The first level is just as challanging as the last level you play before sending it back.

Review - DO NOT RENT

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