Reviews and Problems with Trauma Center: Second Opinion
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Best Left for Nintendo DS
Onidraug "the $H!&ty LPer", Amazon
17 August 2011
Summary: Summary: Play as Dr. Stiles, a young amateur surgeon with a supernatural power called the healing touch. Trauma Center: Second Opinion puts you in front of the operating table using the Wii Motion Controller to cut, laser, extract, or stitch the ailments of your patients.
Excerpt: i liked the ds version a lot because it was perfect for it i didn't mind reading all of the txt...but i mean come on you think they would upgrade to actual voices this time. other than that it was a good game, it took a little bit to get use to the controls and figure out what you had to do, i also...
Summary: I bought this game for my Girlfriend who's a Trauma Nurse since she's not much of a gamer and I thought she'd enjoy it a bit. Well it is pretty fun, not very accurate medically, but fun none the less. the hand/eye coordination with the Wii remotes are what make this game.
Excerpt: I bought this game having played it first on the DS, and was interested how it would play on the Wii. If you're hoping for a medical simulator, then you'll be disappointed. The game is presented in a arcade style, with the graphics aiming for manga style qualities rather than realism.
Summary: C'est pas le meilleur de la série, avoir su, je ne l'aurais pas acheté. Il y a trop de "virus", genre de petites "bibittes" à tuer, c'est trop loin de la réalité. It's not the best of the serie and if I could go back in time, I surrely don't buy it.
Summary: I found the DS version of this game REALLY hard and was disappointed and frustrated when i got stuck on a certain level! it was a shame because i liked the concept of the game. So i was in two minds about buying the Wii version especially as it seemed pretty much the same story etc as the DS one.
Summary: This isn't a bad game, but it is a strange mix of ideas that have come together to form this. Firstly, the controls are good. A combination of using the wii remote with one hand to cut, drain, zap with laser, stitch and apply antibiotic gel, and the nunchuk with the other to quickly scroll between...
Summary: as the other reviewer wrote, the idea is excellent and the control method is great, however, the game does have the "minigame" feel to it, i'm not sure how much longevity you could find from this, and the amount of pointless cutscenes are highly irritating.