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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward (DS)

Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward (DS)
alaScore 78

8 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the multi player mode. There are some critical views about the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward

 

We need more content stat! The idea of cutting open another human being absolutely repulses me. This is odd because I watch House without any problems, but if the local...

Fun and addictive ; Sharp visuals ; Quirky humor

Tedious ; Shallow ; Feels like a mobile game at times

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward- NDS

 

As a whole Hysteria Hospital delivers what it promises. It is a fast paced hospital simulation game in which you have to manage your time in order to not lose control of the patients and your hospital. The game tends to become a tad repetitive and a...

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward review

 

Let there be no doubt: the Nintendo DS is a fantastic handheld for casual gamers. Nintendo stormed the scene with the DS in 2004 to release games like Nintendogs, Brain Age and other games that appeal to a broad audience. With it they have gobbled up...

Overall I would say that Hysteria Hospital is a casual game that probably does not appeal far beyond that. If you are a fan of Diner Dash and don't already own that for the DS or PSP, I would recommend that you give Hysteria Hospital a look. Everyone...

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward

 

The name Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward, especially coupled with the box art, conjures up memories of Theme Hospital, the classic hospital-building sequel to Theme Park. Now, for me these memories usually involve quite significant amounts of...

With some more variety and flexibility in hospitals and gameplay, Hysteria Hospital might be a fun game to play when you've got a few minutes free, but unfortunately it just ends up getting dull and repetitive.

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward (DS)

 

Well, this goes some way towards explaining why waits are so long in hospitals. If Hysteria Hospital is anything to go by, they're all managed by single nurses who must oversee the payroll and facilities departments in between stripping soiled bed...

I'd like to think that Hysteria Hospital's creation was all a ploy to highlight the troubles of overworked nurses everywhere, but that's probably not the case. Instead, it's a pretty decent, and mildly addictive, game that could have been much better -...

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Hysteria Hospital: Emergency Ward

 

Do not resuscitate

You could work there

Consumer review by:

addictive

 

addictive game but graphics limited.

Easy to learn ; Fun To Play

Poor Graphics ; Too Short

Consumer review by:

its ok

 

its ok

Challenging ; Easy to learn ; Fun To Play ; Graphics ; Great Sound ; Kid Appropriate ; Multiplayer

No Online Play ; Poor Graphics ; Poor Instructions

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