Summary: Highly addictive and challenging game. Not quite as fun as the first game, but it has sucked hours of my life away. On second thought unless you want to get a bedsore from playing this game so long that you lose all feeling in your lower extremetities maybe you shouldn't buy it. But if you do, well go for it and remember to change positions often.
Summary: Minigames. This game, frankly, hasn't aged all that well. Although, the surgical games are pretty fun, many are very difficult and will result in frequently replays. This wouldn't be that much of a problem were it not for the fact that one needs to replay the text sections just to get back to the minigames. I found myself frequently sitting through the same story sections while jamming on the buttons to get through. Too bad I couldn't skip through these sections.
Horizon widening with simulated experience and insights into the demands of an operation theatre & it's intense atmosphere
14 January 2012
Summary: Horizon widening - offers a safe simulated experience and insight into the demands of an emergency operation room & it's intense "life and death" atmosphere and the overwhelming sense of responsibility to get it right because everything hangs on how you perform. Some insight (but bearing in mind that a little knowledge is a VERY DANGEROUS THING INDEED) into procedures involved in each case.
Summary: The original Trauma Center: Under the Knife was a fun, wacky medical drama that was hurt by its immense difficulty level. The concept was great, but unless you were either very skilled or willing to go through a given level many times over in order to finally beat it, it was a hard game to finish.