Summary: The newest installment of Trauma Center has a slightly steeper learning curve as compared to the previous, Second Opinion. Even a veteren like me who scored many S-ranks had some difficulty in obtaining S or even A in certain missions. If you like challenges, this would be your perfect companion.
Summary: If you have played the first game on the Wii or either of the DS titles of the same name... you know EXACTLY what to expect here. Not much has changed really. It's still a good game, but you might want to skip it if you've played the others in the series.
Summary: Worth it for the price it currently has (18.90). It's a fun game, but can be quite frustrating at times. It fills a niche in my library that not many other games could. That being said, it's not a game that I'll ever play frequently, more of a, 'when the mood strikes' type experience.
Summary: It's a good game, that can give you some hours of fun, especially in co-op mode. Unfortunatelly, it doesn't have a lot of replayability and some missions can be very frustrating. For it's price, it's a nice buy.
Summary: incorporates co-op play & now you're working on the different virus. i do not own the first trauma center on the wii (have played both DS versions). good game but more of the same. hopefully Trauma Team (in 2010) will be a refreshing take on the series. still think the DS controls are better that the wii. surgery with the wii remote really requires steady hands.