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Trauma Center: New Blood


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posted by Indosonic (ANAHEIM, CA) Nov 30, 2008

Member since Nov 2008

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

It might not be long, because i passed in like 3 days, but it is completly worth it. If you are a Second Opinion fan, then you'll absolutly love this game. It includes many tips, but sometimes the talking gets annoying so you can skip it if you don't like it. The graphics are pretty good. Story is very good. Experience iss breathtaking. Although the WiFi feature is only to check your ranking on a certain operation. I think its worth it. Great game otherwise

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More of the same. Not a bad thing.

posted by CecilX (PETERSBURG, VA) Jan 15, 2008

Member since May 2007

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

After playing this game I was left with a feeling. A familiar one. It played a lot like the first Trauma Center for Wii. It's not a bad thing though. The first game had solid mechanics. Once you get the controls down the game is a breeze. Things start to get hairy toward the end, but if you pull an all nighter with this title, you will be a pro.
Story could have been a little tighter. Without giving anything away I felt the story dragged in parts. All in all a good rent. Definitely worth a spot in your que.

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Very Good

I need 20 CCs STAT!

posted by Aychbe (HOMESTEAD, PA) Feb 28, 2008

Member since Mar 2007

10 out of 11 gamers (91%) found this review helpful

For the third installment in the series, Trauma Center: New Blood, gamers can anticipate more of the surgical goodness this series has grown to be known for.

Not much is different from the other two installments. The procedures are similar to the prior games but with the added bonus of 2 player co-op, the player can really get the feel of being a member of a surgical team.

The online options are limited to a leader board however, which limits the player to 2 player “in house” games. If you’ve never played a Trauma Center game, you can easily hop in to this one, using your assistant as your guide. The game is rather text heavy and the voice acting is a bit on the campy side (think General Hospital meets Speed Racer) but the scenes can easy be skipped by using the minus button. I recommend this game for fans of the series as well as newcomers.

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