Trauma Center: Second Opinion (Wii) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Wii games
Description:Published by: Nintendo / Genre: Simulation / Minimum Age: 11 / Release date: 2007-08-10 / The original Trauma Center is ... more
Trauma Center: Second Opinion (Wii) ... already one of the most original and fun games on the Nintendo DS but although this is largely just a remake of that game it's more than welcome on the Wii. As accurate a simulation of real medicine as Phoenix Wright is of law (i.e. not very much) you'll nevertheless have great fun repairing hapless patients with ailments that start of as simple tumours to bizarre fights against evil terrorist nanobots. What really makes the game though is the simple intuitiveness of the controls, with the precise movement of your scalpel being one of the best endorsements of the Wii Remote's accuracy. The game's no push over though and you'll need to employ the mysterious bullet time style "healing touch" to make sure you don't end up the Doctor Death of Hope Hospital.
Newest Review: ... new game or continue a previous one. You will need both your Wii remote and Nunchuk to play the game along with a steady hand ... more
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by - written on 23/11/11 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Trauma Centre - Second Opinion. Nintendo Wii Trauma Centre - Second Opinion on the Wii was one of my impulse purchases while waiting for my little brother to hurry up and pick a game that he wanted I found myself picking up this game and after reading the back of the box I decided that for £7.99 (pre-owned) a game that involves you performing operations should definitely enter my ever growing collection of Wii games. Trauma Centre - Second Opinion comes in a normal white Wii box, the size of a DVD case, contained inside the box is a game disc along with an instruction manual for the game and also a separate manual containing safety ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
I was looking for some Wii games that I could play by myself when the kids had gone to bed rather than full on family games, and came across this one. I'm not sure what I expected from it but it looked cool so I thought I would give it a go. I am assuming this is a follow-on game, and from what I have read, the first Trauma Centre game was available on the DS. Starting gameplay, its a bit like a book - the chapters appear and you see the characters tell a bit of the storyline each time. Theres a full storyline to the whole game, in fact, this reminds me of a similar game we used to play years ago on the Dreamcast which was also developed in Japan, where ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 4 readings)
I original played this game for my DS back when I first got the Wii, not long after I started playing it I found out they was making a Wii version, I could already see how the game would be perfect for the Wii and eagerly awaited for it to be released. In Trauma Center : Second Opinion you play Derek Stiles who has recently completed his residency and become part of the surgical team, Derek is also one of few people whom has a special ability. The story takes shape over the first few chapters and the game eases you in nicely giving you some simple missions to start off with, but before you know it you'll be deep in the plot, and trying to redo missions faster ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Trauma Center is a series which migrated from the Nintendo DS. It was suited to the handheld with it's dual screens and touch sensitivity so I was keen to see how the transition to console had been handled. I really couldn't see any console pulling it off except for the Wii. Until the rivals get their motion sensitive controllers on the market this game is ripe for the picking. Trauma Center has you take the role of a young inexperienced doctor and you are tasked with performing ever more difficult operations under the guidance of a knowledgeable theatre nurse. Using the Wii-mote and Nunchuk you are able to make incisions, extractions, use a variety of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Very useful, 3 readings)
Trauma Center: Second Opinion is a very fun game that's basically like playing Operation on your Wii. You are a surgeon who has to perform various surgeries, with dexterity being of the utmost importance. The previous iterations were quite challenging, and while the difficulty has been toned down a bit, this is still an exciting and tense game. The gameplay is great, simply. The addition of an Easy Mode means that no type of player is alienated, and you can just hike the difficulty up as you get used to the game. The use of the Wiimote and Nunchuk is intuitive, with you choosing your instrument with the Nunchuk and then using the Wiimote to perform the ... Read the complete review
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