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Trauma Center: Under the Knife Latest News - DS

Game Description:Calm in the O.R. is shattered when a mystery disease sweeps through the area. Patients begin pouring in, and their lives are in your hands! Make incisions, carve out tumors, bandage wounds, apply anesthesia, check your patients' vitals, and more. You'll use the DS stylus as your scalpel to perform increasingly complex procedures on a variety of patients. But you need more than surgical skill to succeed. Your patience is put to the test as you handle human drama between appointments. With a compelling storyline, tense challenges, and vivid, lifelike graphics, Trauma Center brings you the full surgical experience - all for a whole lot less then it costs to go to med school.
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Trauma Center: Under the Knife News

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  • DS Delivering 'Trauma Center 2'

    If you were really into Trauma Center, but the surgery sim has grown stale, then we have good news for you. Altus has announced Trauma Center 2 for the Nintendo DS, coming soon, and it has some improvements over the original. Among them is the ease with which you can use some of the instruments with the stylus. Sadly, there's not much else in...

    Posted April 1, 2008| 3 Comments

    DS Delivering 'Trauma Center 2'
  • CHEAT! Trauma Center 'Wiimote'

    Posted: December 18, 2006

    2,475 Views | 03:10

  • Trauma Center: Under the Knife

    Posted: October 5, 2005

    1,824 Views | 03:36

 


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