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Trauma Center: Second Opinion

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    7.8 7.8 from 70 reviewers
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    6.9 6.9 from 9 reviewers
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    7.2 7.2 from 22 reviewers
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    6.3 6.3 from 30 reviewers
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The game Trauma Center: Second Opinion is the second installment in the medical simulation Trauma Center video game series. It is also known as Caduceus Z: Two Super Surgical Operations. This game can be played in Wii format.

The player can only play Trauma Center: Second Opinion in single-player mode. This Wii format game is actually a remake of an earlier title called Trauma Center: Under the Knife. Under the storyline of Trauma Center: Second Opinion, the player needs to control the actions of two c…

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The game Trauma Center: Second Opinion is the second installment in the medical simulation Trauma Center video game series. It is also known as Caduceus Z: Two Super Surgical Operations. This game can be played in Wii format.

The player can only play Trauma Center: Second Opinion in single-player mode. This Wii format game is actually a remake of an earlier title called Trauma Center: Under the Knife. Under the storyline of Trauma Center: Second Opinion, the player needs to control the actions of two characters – Doctor Naomi Weaver and Doctor Derek Stiles. The player can use the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk to control game play. The mission here is to apply the right treatment for the patient’s ailment under time pressure before the patient’s vital signs are depleted. Some new gadgets you can use in this video game are a Flash Camera, a Penlight, and a Defibrillator to be used in cases of ventricular fibrillation.

Review Summary

Trauma Center Second Opinion consists mainly of operations where the doctor’s vision is to save lives. The game features a doctor, Derek working together with another doctor, Naomi Weaver. These two doctors work together on complex operations. The Wii remote's pointer is used for all surgical tools, and the nunchuk lets you to choose tools. However this isn’t easily done as the area for each tool is so small that you have to try a few times to pick up the right tool. By using the Wii-Mote you can perform different medical operations. The tone and the story line is good, dealing with medical terrorism and the disease called GUILT, but the main theme of the game is to perform different operations. Operations must be performed within a limited time and points are based on how steady your hand is while using the medical tools. If you have to replay a failed operation to improve your score, you can skip the briefings with the minus button. Certain doctors are also able to use the “Healing Touch.” which is believed to be a gif which they have acquired. The game is very challenging, you have to be accurate and fast and towards the end of the game you’ll feel that you are a real doctor. Trauma Center is a lot of fun and at the same time dramatic.

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