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6.4 out of 10

Lifesigns: Surgical Unit

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Overall 10
10

Five Stars

Gabriella, Amazon
18 October 2014
Overall 2
2.0

Ugh...

Christopher Freeland, Amazon
17 June 2012
  • Summary: I bought the game looking for a Trauma Center type game, but all I found was a medical soap opera. The operations are boring... VERY boring, and it took me a good hour into the game to get my first operation. This is mainly a game with all story, no interactivity besides walking around the hospital and poking people to talk to them. And the characters always use -san after someones name. It's generally annoying.
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Overall 10
10

Lifesigns: Medical, Tedious, Whimsical, Fun

Richard the Third, Amazon
26 April 2012
  • Summary: I brought this years ago and it took me awhile to pick it back up and finish it entirely: all episodes and unlocking all bonuses. It can really hurt your stylus-holding hand, wrist, and arm along with your head that you might need to see a real doctor. Based in Japan, this game is actually the sequel of a previous game which was not translated in English. In my opinion, you don't really need to buy and play the first game.
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Overall 10
10

cool game

brittanyy (+, Amazon
24 April 2012
  • Summary: I like the game its a good game overall surgeries are kinda too easy but gets more challenging as u play great game for teens
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Overall 4
4.0

life sign

elena, Amazon
18 December 2011
  • Summary: My daughter wanted all the games that would have to with Medical, so that she possible use them as a study tool and to practice what she has learned in Nursing school.
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Overall 6
6.0

This Game Makes Me Glad I Don't Work In The Medical Profession...

Feelah the tigress, Amazon
13 March 2011
  • Summary: Ever since I first bought my DS, I quickly became hooked on adventure games (no, I didn't play them on PC previously - I first got into adventure gaming on the DS platform). I've played several adventure games including Hotel Dusk, Trace Memory, Broken Sword, Time Hollow, Jake Hunter: Detective Chronicles, Theresia, and, of course, the magnificent Ace Attorney series. Of course I picked up Lifesigns because I thought to myself "Ah ha! Another adventure game!
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Overall 2
2.0

Very Unhappy with This Game

SheriEMT "SAD", Amazon
31 January 2010
  • Summary: This game is very confusing to figure out, I have owned it for almost a month and can not figure out how to play it.
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Overall 8
8.0

Phoenix Wright + Tramua Center = Life Signs

Amazon Customer, Amazon
25 July 2009
  • Summary: This game has a alot of text. But that is what I like. There are multiple endings , so it has alot of replay value. There are surgies but i like creating a web of relationships and seeing what will happen. If you want straight surgery than this is not what you want but if you like a bit of both, try life signs. I loved it. But i also loved Hotel dusk and that game was loaded with text.
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Overall 4
4.0

Lame

N. Durham "Big Evil", Amazon
11 January 2008
  • Summary: Lifesigns: Surgical Unit is less about surgery and more about...well, it's kind of hard to figure out. Mixing elements of Trauma Center: Under the Knife and the Phoenix Wright series, Lifesigns puts you in the shoes of Dr. Tendo, and follows his adventures and conversations in the surgical world. Where as Trauma Center was all about the deep gameplay, Lifesigns makes you navigate around the hospital, and talk, talk, talk.
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Overall 8
8.0

The most impressive hair in any video game

alex, Amazon
3 January 2008
  • Summary: Check out Professor Sawai, you'll see what I mean. First of all: this is not Trauma Center. This is not Phoenix Wright. The series started in Japan way before the former, and though it's an adventure game, the feel is entirely different to the latter. Despite the soap-operaish storyline, this is ultimately more realistic than either game.
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