Game Holds Its Own
After playing Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game, there are many things that can be either criticized or praised about it. The graphics in the game are not the usual kind of graphics seen: the characters look very animated. The thing about the graphics, though, is that it fits the game and the show perfectly. The fact that everything doesn't look perfect actually adds a very fun side to the game. The storyline of this game is pretty complex, and isn't revealed until the second "episode". The game is split into 5 "Episodes" and in each the player must act out each "scene" as a certain character. This actually makes the game seem more like you are watching an interactive Grey's Anatomy episode-one that has over 27 different endings! I would highly recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of the show, and is a casual gamer-however if you are looking for the next Trauma Center-this isn't it. Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game is ultimately fun, but not for the serious gamers.
This game simply lost my interest real fast. You listen to a short monolog then play a short game. It would be ok for very young kids. Even at that its still very boring.