Reviews and Problems with Lifesigns: Surgical Unit
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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...
Summary: I bought this game believing that it would allow me to examine patients and perform surgery... how naive of me. Unfortunately, this game is nothing more than a misogynistic soap opera. Notice the teen rating.
Summary: Unlike a similar game "Trauma Center", Lifesigns is not a puzzle game where you constantly do surgery over and over, it is an adventure game where you talk to patients, form relationships with coworkers and other things that actually form a storyline.
Summary: Lifesigns: Surgical unit is fairly straightforward point and click adventure game, with endearing characters and well structured surgeries thrown in. It isn't groundbreaking, and I would have liked to have spent more time on medical game play, but overall the game is fun and a pleasant way to kill a...
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.
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.
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.