The excellent Wii hospital game Trauma Team, in which you play as an ensemble of medical professionals, is being re-released as a $20 Virtual Console download for the Wii U on Thursday. Prepare yourself by reading our rave review of the game from 2010. It even supports local co-op surgery!
There are the video games we expect to be great, games from which we expect innovation and sophistication. Trauma Team, an interactive medical adventure sold at a discount price, was not supposed to be in that group. But it is.
Wii owners, don't be like me and risk missing Trauma Team. The game is out but it's not too late to give it the preview it deserves.
Researchers at the MIT-Harvard Division of Health Sciences and Technology have found a way to encase living cells in stackable cubes to create what some are calling LEGO organs.
Atlus' eagerly anticipated surgical simulator Trauma Team for the Nintendo Wii is coming on May 18, and rather than submit the game to Atlus' traditional last-minute delay, they've gone and dropped the price by $10 instead. Score!
It had been due for launch on April 18. Meantime, enjoy some bone-sawin' as we learn how Dr. Freebird does orthopedic surgery.
This first gameplay video of Trauma Team clearly lays out the "major enhancements" made to the series that will ensure, in Atlus' own words, that the Wii game will be "the definitive medical drama experience." Even if it doesn't, the draw of playing a nameless convicted felon serving a 250 year-long sentence—and…
Atlus brings more medical action drama to the Wii in the incredibly crowded window of spring 2010, administering a baker's dozen sized dose of new Trauma Team screens well in advance. These are those screens!
There are many specialties in medicine. Atlus knows this. Enter the latest entry in the Trauma Center series, Trauma Team.