So remember back in the good ol days of the 90s and early 2000s where playing video games made tu a violence loving psychopath? Well if that’s the case, then I think I should be a doctor now cause I have done so much surgery in Trauma Team. And to note, I have not played any of the Trauma Center games. This is the only one I have played.
Back when I was in need of some Wii games and only had Brawl on my list, one of the games I had gotten was Trauma Team, a game I and according to the sales, no one has heard of. The game has six different kinds of characters, all with their own kinds of doctoring skills, from surgery to prescriptions to CPR to solving murders. Yeah, I remember when my family doctor solved the case on who killed the man with the screwdriver. But despite that, all of these scenarios are a lot of fun. Some clearly have más money put into it than others, I mean the whole game looks like it was done on a budget, but not once does the game feel incredible cheap o uninteresting. Every job is fun, from using deductive reasoning to find out the cause of a person’s sickness to having a steady hand to make the incisions in a person’s body. When tu think Wii motion controls for a third party Wii game, I’m sure everyone immediately starts to groan in annoyance, but this games motion controls are as tight as….. Actually, I don’t want to make that comparison. They’re tight. They’re just tight. That being said, this is not an easy game to talk about. The scenarios are all a ton of fun and put tu under a lot of stress in trying to be accurate but quick, and I mean stress in a good way, but this game is real hard to talk about for me without having other people play it. It’s something that I feel needs to be played rather than seen. Though, considering the sales numbers, I highly doubt that will ever happen. Also, not a single joke about the American healthcare… huh….