Being a Doctor was never this fun.
Review written by
That One Guy
When someone hears the name "Trauma Center" they would think that it would be a complicated as the real deal. Well it's not, in fact it's pretty straight forward.
Once again you're Derek Stiles saving your patients from tumors. The controls are very simple and with the nunchuck you're able to switch your tools more quickly than in the DS version. You do a lot of things that become quite repetitive but it won't matter for you will be too much into the game to actually notice it.
You're able to switch difficulties in the mission screen anytime you want, which is perfect when you're stuck on a mission on normal, or hard and you just want to pass it. Sometimes the operation may become overwhelming for some people, but if you just look at the operation in parts, it becomes less overwhelming.
Overall I found this game quite enjoyable and I will probably play it again on hard when I get the chance.
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