Summary: I bought this to use as a therapeutic aid for someone with impaired coordination in a hand and arm due to a stroke. It's a fun game to play all by itself and has made a decided difference in the person's ability to control their extremity.
Summary: Great idea and I loved these on DS, but on Wii the touchy controls really hinder you from completing what is already an EXTREMELY hard game. Get ready to throw those remotes after about level 4! Fun for an hour or so but wouldn't buy now that I've tried.
Summary: I'm a medical student so for me it's both educational and hilarious playing this game... more on the latter side. As long as you go into with low expectations in terms of a "wow!" experience, you'll be quite satisfied. Definitely loving the two-player option!
Summary: Well she is happy she is not a full gamer like me but she does like anything the have to be with hospitals and nursing long story short she is berry happy with this present and she say thank you amazon for the troble.
Summary: You're manning a desolate Alaskan hospital that seems to have more than its fair share of tragedy passing through. There are wounds to drain and sew up, broken bones to set, and even cancer to be removed from patients' bodies. The controls can be a little difficult to use if you don't have a perfectly steady hand, and the time limit means you can't take forever lining things up perfectly.
Summary: This game is a keeper. It is fun for 2 players. The nonchuck is difficult to master, and pricision with the wii remote is also very difficult but otherwise the game would be too easy. My only problem is the amount of talking the characters do between procedures. You can skip through one comment at a time but not through the entire conversation and it gets old, especially if you've heard it before.