Trauma Team Latest News - Wii

  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer:
  • Release Date:May 18, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Blood,Language,Suggestive Themes,Use of Tobacco,Violence)
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Game Description:Bigger and more exciting than ever before, Trauma Team is the ultimate medical drama! Encounter unprecedented depth across six distinct fields of medicine. Follow the drama as never before with all-new dynamic story sequences inspired by Japanese animation and comics that capture the raw intensity and drama of life in a living hospital! 6 Ways to Play Doctor--Whether you enjoy the precision of surgery, the frantic pace of emergency medicine, or the exploration and analysis of forensics, you will find a specialty to suit you. Step into the roles of 6 different doctors to see their stories unfold and master their specialties in surgery, diagnosis, orthopedics, endoscopy, autopsy/investigation, and first response. Dramatic, Dynamic Stories--The life and death drama surrounding 6 elite doctors will grab you with full voicework and exciting "comic style" event scenes! Inside and outside the hospital, you'll witness the personal and medical exploits that set the stage for their intense brand of medicine. 2-player Cooperative Play--Whether you need support in surgery, emergency first response, orthopedics, or endoscopy, bring along another pair of hands and get the job done! Duties are easily divided to make cooperative procedures fun AND efficient.
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Trauma Team News

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  • Review: Trauma Team "Fun, But Uneven"

    I don't know about you, but I love the Trauma Center series, especially the DS games. The Wii installments haven't always been as even, but they've been fun romps. With Trauma Team, Atlus switches gears from single player surgery (Trauma Center: Second Opinion) and tag-teamed operations (Trauma Center: New Blood) to six medical professionals...

    Posted May 7, 2010

    Review: Trauma Team "Fun, But Uneven"
  • Emergency! Dispatch The Trauma Team On May 18

    After viewing Atlus's Trauma Team trailer, I'm inspired to become a surgeon. Fixing broken ribs, stitching a heart back together and performing the Heimlich Maneuver are dramatic as hell! In this trailer, we take a look at six specialties of Trauma Team: Surgery, Endoscopy, Diagnoses, Orthopedics, and Forensics and First Response. They're all...

    Posted March 30, 2010

    Emergency! Dispatch The Trauma Team On May 18
  • Trauma Team First-Look Preview

    The Trauma Center series has delivered blood and guts to Nintendo platforms since the launch of Under the Knife for the DS in 2005, and really came to prominence when Second Opinion was released as a launch game for the Wii. Using a series of minigame-style scenes, players would operate on patients with a variety of ailments, accompanied by a...

    Posted June 4, 2009

    Trauma Team First-Look Preview
  • Trauma Team Review

    Posted: May 13, 2010

    19,168 Views | 02:23

  • Trauma Team "Six Specialties" Trailer

    Posted: March 30, 2010

    2,083 Views | 01:21

  • Trauma Team Diagnosis Trailer

    Posted: March 18, 2010

    803 Views | 02:58

  • Trauma Team First Response Trailer

    Posted: March 1, 2010

    517 Views | 03:28

  • Trauma Team Forensics Trailer

    Posted: February 22, 2010

    581 Views | 03:22


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