posted by Nightwolf_62 (TYNGSBORO, MA) Nov 11, 2013
Member since Nov 2013
This game is a terrific training simulation if you are dreaming of becoming a medical professional. It requires you to have a steady hand and a sharp mind to help hospital patients recover. I give this game a 9 of 10 stars for gameplay and 8 of 10 for graphic clarity.
posted by wolf_gamer (FOUNTAIN CITY, IN) Sep 18, 2012
Member since Apr 2011
I beat this game on Tuesday, September 18th at 11:50PM, it had taken me 4 days. I will start with the graphics, even though it was in 2D for most of the time, it was nice. Atlus does the best work on video games mostly on Role Playing Games, like Odin sphere and Catherine (I know their is more but for two likely examples that Atlus is a great gaming company mostly on an anime games. This game really makes you think, like Doctor Naomi Kimishima, you are crime scenes and while their you will get a special call (if you are unfamiliar with the game like I was) (this game is really for people who are in to the human body and Doctors.) anyway I that it makes you have to look into things more, in playing as Dr. Kimishima and Dr. Cunningham. I give this worthy of playing in the highest form, oh I had help with some of the cases though on youtube. from your friend wolf_gamer, happy gaming.
Weakest game in the Trauma series by far. Surgeries are very basic to compensate for a lack of the healing touch. The story and music are sub par, but that pales in comparison to the very lengthy and horrid text based missions (such as autopsies).
Autopsies tried very hard to act like the Ace Attorney series but didn't quite get it. They're largely guide-less, relying on searching every single inch of a room for one out of place detail that you can't actually see, followed up by pairing two pieces of evidence to come to a logical conclusion (about half the time the match up doesn't make sense). These parts are broken up by vague multiple choice questions with very vague answers..