Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game brings to life all the people and places from a top-rated TV show. Experience a whole new story written in collaboration with the Grey's Anatomy TV show production team and writers, as Seattle Grace Hospital is struck by one of the worst crises in the hospital's history.
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Written with the TV show's producers and writers: A completely new and authentic Grey's Anatomy story.
Play as the stars: See Seattle Grace Hospital through the eyes of all the Grey's Anatomy TV show characters.
Influence the storyline: Influence character dialogue and make critical decisions that affect relationships and the outcome of the hospital crisis.
Perform multi-step surgeries: Innovative gameplay takes advantage of the Wii Remote.
Accessible gameplay: User-friendly interface appeals to casual gamers.
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Rated 1 out of
BoringThis 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.
Date published: 2010-12-01
Rated 5 out of
Game Holds Its OwnAfter 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.