The makers of the acclaimed medical action series Trauma Center blow the genre wide open with Trauma Team for Wii, bringing not one, but six exciting and creative gameplay modes! Play as a general surgeon, diagnostician, EMT, orthopedic surgeon, endoscope technician, or forensic examiner. With improved game balance and a completely original approach to story cutscenes, Trauma Team delivers the thrills and drama of the best medical entertainment.
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6 specialists, 6 gameplay types—Try your hand at general diagnosis, where a keen, analytical mind comes in handy, or put yourself on the edge as a paramedic, where every ticking second could mean the difference between life and death! Tons of variety means everyone can find a specialty they like.
Incredible, dynamic story sequences—Taking inspiration from Japanese animation and comics, each dramatic chapter comes vividly to life with a style seen nowhere else! Hand-drawn art, innovative animation, and quality voice acting perfectly capture the intensity that sets medical action apart!
More realistic, more balanced, more fun—Taking years of experience and tons of user feedback into consideration, the Trauma Center team elevates the medical action experience with cooperative play, unlockable rewards, and selectable difficulty levels.
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Rated 5 out of
Hank Art?Yeah this game's pretty cool and all but where's the Hank fanart? Everyone else has more art than he does... :(
Date published: 2019-12-17
Rated 5 out of
Awesome GameI'm usually one to play stuff like Harvest Moon, The Legend of Zelda, etc., but I also love anime, so the cover of this game convinced me to buy. I wasn't really sure how good the game would be, but I'm a bit of a nerd, so it couldn't be too bad, right? Well, it's AMAZING. It's definitely one of the most fun games I've ever played. My favorite part is playing as Naomi, where you get to solve mysteries, and they're nothing to wink at. It's really intriguing, and I wouls surely recommend this game to anyone and everyone. The characters are excellent, the sound is good, the gameplay is awesome, the only thing I didn't really like is how some characters only have about two expressions that work for everything, hence, it gets a bit ridiculous when they're talking about something sad and they're still smiling. The art is still amazing, though. If you don't own this already, I'd recommend buying it. You can't possibly regret it.
Date published: 2011-10-25
Rated 5 out of
Best medical game out there! Best Wii game!When I found this game in Gamestop I was in love with the character design. They looked all different and with 6 new jobs to perform I was happy that this game would last. I played the surgery part first. Although I was kind of disappointed with the graphics; this made no difference. What I love about this game is the story line! There are different story lines for each person. But in the end they all connect together in a big case. For example the surgeon was blamed for a bombing and was sentenced to life in prison. But through his skills in surgery; he actually saves lives and find redemption in himself. The Diagnostician had a last case where he diagnosed his son with Werners syndrome. The investigator was suffering from a disease that would kill her at any moment. Though they keep on and together and kept working to save peoples lives. This game has the ability to make you cry and you keep playing the game over and over again. The best Wii game I've every played.
Date published: 2011-07-23
Rated 4 out of
A good Trauma UpdateNot sure what the person below me is saying about the game being educational to children, especially to those in the hospital. Since the series is 99% fiction (Aka NOT real). This shows that they obviously never played the previous games in the series. But that is not the point here. The point is that Trauma Team is a great update to the almost ever-expanding Trauma Center medical drama series Atlus has made for us. Sure GuiLT is gone along with Caduceus, but this kicks out the pestering challenges of those eight strains, and replaces them with more realistic challenges of everyday medical life, with a bit of supernaturalism thrown into the mix as well. But no, this game is not for kids. Not with the fanservice, partial nudity, language, blood, and disturbing images. I'd say the right age group for this game is 14-21. Overall Trauma Team is a great game and should be played by anyone that enjoyed the previous titles.
Date published: 2010-06-05
Rated 5 out of
Very Educational and fun gameI would definately recommend this game as well to all players alike.It is very fun and educational especially if you have children,family and relatives who are scared of hospitals and tests that are done on them. If you have a child that lives in a hospital setting more then they do at home it is very educational to them and teaches them what to expect when they have to have one or more of those procedures done on them .As with my child she freaks out everytime she has to have a procedure done on her, but with the one on one experience when playing Trauma Team it lessens the fear in the child and to them it is a not so scary situation they've been placed in because they are learning what the Dr's surgeons are going to be doing on them when they have to have a certain procedure done on them, they remember ahhhhh i know what they're going to do i'm not so scared anymore. My child enjoys this game and has a lot of fun doing things to other patients in game play that the Dr's do to her.