I bought this after getting the previous game as a present (trauma centre : second opinion) .
Price - £3.40 new from amazon
Age- 12 and over
This game and the previous game are only out on the wii but compared to many other wii games I would rate this as being quite a difficult game to play. Its not that the tasks don't seem straight forward enough but really what you are doing is being a pretend doctor/surgeon, so for some parts of the game the concentration you need to have in order to do some of the tasks combined with good eye sight and a high level of accuracy..it can be hard and it took ages to do some of the tasks say for example where you have to pick glass out a wound then stitch it up in a time frame. My eye sights not that great anyway so the first few attempts were spent more learning where the glass was.
A lot of this is very similar to the first game other than the fact they have added in a 2 player element.
**What I liked**
The addition of the two player mode.
All though a lot of this is the same or similar there is enough new challenges in the game that you feel you are getting your moneys worth.
This is quite difficult which I think is more unusual for a wii games as they tend to be more party or fun easy going games, or at least the ones I buy are.
Its a nice change where the theme of a game is to save lives rather than kill 10 guys and rob a helicopter type of game.
Overall I do think that its a fun game at a cheap price. I think that your eyesight would have to be good to play this along with steady hands. Its marked as for over 12s but I don't see why younger players couldn't enjoy it.. okay so theres blood and all that but much less than the likes of grand theft auto and lets be honest many under 18s play that :P
Once you have completed this I don't think you would play through again unless you decided to do so on a different difficulty setting. At the price it costs I don't think this matters that much