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Trauma Team (Wii)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the usability and controls are generally positive. The value for money and gameplay are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Trauma Team (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Trauma Team (Wii)

 

Previous Trauma Center games have focused on virtual surgery, challenging you to hone your operating skills to a scalpel's edge with punishing difficulty. Trauma Team takes a more holistic approach by staffing six different characters, each with a...

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Trauma Team Review

 

Atlus, known for their ball-busting hard games, returns to the medical simulation genre with the lastest game, Trauma Team, Experience what it's like to work in a hospital, with having to eat the food or worry about malpractice lawsuits from the...

With six playable characters to choose from, Trauma Team has extremely high replay value. After playing through the game using all six, a new difficulty mode is unlocked which lets players go through the missions in a time trial. Complete each in the...

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Trauma Team

 

Atlus is handing over the scalpel again with another installment in their medical treatment simulator series, but this time there's more to it than just surgery. Trauma Team is the fifth game in the Trauma Center series, but it takes big leaps beyond...

Gameplay variety, operating room segments, controls

Frequent barely animated cutscenes, tedious diagnosis segments

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Review: Trauma Team (Nintendo Wii)

 

Each of the six doctors have their own set of stages, with all the events in them taking place on one timeline. If two events are next to each other on the timeline, that means they're happening concurrently (though Gabriel's always come first). Though...

Trauma Team was a deviation from the usual Trauma Center formula, and for the most part it worked well. Some of the controls can take some adjusting to, especially the ones that involve tilting the Wiimote or nunchuck a certain way. The graphics and...

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Trauma Team Review

 

The docs scrub up yet again for yet another adventure under the knife.

Good new features; improved narrative

Some story segments a bit long in the tooth

Other than the new additions and new approach to the narrative, you can still expect the same high level of refinement when it comes to the series' trademark medical procedures. While at times Trauma Team treads familiar ground (excising tumors,...

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Trauma Team

 

The Trauma Center series of games just got a little bigger with the release of Trauma Team for the Nintendo Wii. This anime infused title centers around the ability to perform surgery and investigate causes of medical incidents. This title is...

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Super Mario Galaxy 2

 

Super Mario Galaxy 2 is perhaps the truest “sequel” in the history of the storied franchise. By that I mean that it is, by and large, just more levels of what we experienced in 2007’s Super Mario Galaxy. On the one hand, that means...

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Trauma Team Review

 

Atlus' love-it-or-hate-it medical drama is back with its biggest installment yet, though it could still use some patching-up.

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Trauma Team

 

Atlus is one of Nintendo's best third party supporters and a lot of people probably don't even realize it. From the DS onward, Atlus has been onboard with Nintendo's “creativity first” approach, delivering strange but undeniably unique experiences on...

There are some other big games coming out in May, but don't overlook Trauma Team. It has a rich variety of gameplay but manages to keep it all focused with a compelling story and memorable characters. With an improved co-op and five fresh gameplay...

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Gamertell Review: Trauma Team for Wii

 

Trauma Center, one of Atlus' beloved, cult classic game series deals with doctors. In the past, each game in the series has typically followed one or two select surgeons who happen to be gifted with a supernatural ability called the Healing Touch....

Three difficulty levels. Lots of new medical procedures to take part in. Hints in Forensics and Diagnosis Modes tell you if you still need to find a symptom. Characters are all quite likable. Controls are fairly intuitive and work well. “Extras” unlock...

Endoscopic Mode multiplayer is frustrating. Healing Touch is gone. Sometimes the game doesn’t mention what color vial of medicine you need to treat certain afflictions when there are more than two available

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