Trauma Center: New Blood
Now you can try your hand at being a doctor in a game where your goal is to save the lives of people who have fallen victim to accidents and strange diseases.
You get your training as a doctor at a hospital in Alaska. Here you have to master several different operations. When you’ve learnt this you are sent to Los Angeles to contribute in the ongoing work to deal with an unknown disease, known as “Stigma.” The challenges are now greater, the time you have to work in is shorter and you have more tools to use. The story develops a lot during the game but all the same, it gets boring after a while. The operations you have to perform get very difficult as you go along too, even if you play at the easiest level.
The use of the controls in this game demands a high precision level, and unfortunately the Wii-remote isn’t always as stable as one could wish for. This means that it at times gets very difficult to perform a perfect surgery. You have to have nerves of steel, because if you get stressed you easily get unsteady, and frustration is not far away. For those who like a proper challenge and have steady hands this is a good game, but the more impatient should stay away. The game is in no way realistic in a medical sense.
Suggested age: Suitable from twelve years.
Format: Nintendo Wii
PEGI: 12, bad language