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.
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.
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: 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.
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.