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Trauma Center: Second Opinion for August launch

Discussion in 'Nintendo News & Rumors' started by Rob Rymond, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. Rob Rymond

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    [xfloat=left]http://www.wiichat.com/robry/traumacenter.jpg[/xfloat]Nintendo have revealed an August 10th launch date for Trauma Center: Second Opinion on the Wii.

    The game will launch across Europe on this date following a release in America earlier in the year. The game was first released on the DS as Trauma Center: Under The Knife and soon became a big hit with gamers.

    Once again you'll be performing life-saving operations using the Wii remote which gives you a more in-depth and detailed game experience. Set initially in Hope Hospital, Trauma Center: Second Opinion sees the return of rookie doctor Derek Stiles and introduces new surgeon Dr. Nozomi Weaver. Derek finds himself thrown in at the deep end combating the deadly disease ‘GUILT’ (Gangliated Utrophin Immuno Latency Toxin), believed to have been engineered by the terrorist group Delphi.

    Following the same format as the original Second Opinion is a fast-paced action-filled game where players must complete the tasks set for them as quickly and accurately as possible. With points awarded for both accuracy and speed, a truly great surgeon will need a confident, but steady hand. In this version of the game, all the surgeon’s actions are controlled using a series of life-like movements with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, making Trauma Center more exciting and realistic than ever before.

    The game’s controls add a very different dimension to Trauma Center: Second Opinion. With a two-handed play scheme utilising both the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, players can select instruments using the Nunchuk in one hand whilst the other hand employs the chosen tool, adding precision and realism to the game.

    Players are able to wield more than a dozen different instruments over the course of the game by using the Wii’s unique motion sensitive controls. Players can utilise everything from syringes, scalpels and tweezers to defibrillator paddles, which can be used to shock arrest patients back to life.

    Players can also use each character’s unique “Healing Touch” ability; slow down time and perform lightning-fast surgery as Derek, or heal patients at an accelerated rate as Nozomi. But choose wisely – these skills may only be used once in each operation.

    For skilled surgeons seeking an even tougher challenge, each stage can be replayed to improve score and ranking. There is also a brand-new sixth chapter of the story and an Extreme Difficulty mode that will push even the best player to their very limit, though new doctors can begin by selecting the optional Easy Difficulty setting!

    The game is avaliable for £35 from August 10th.
     
    #1 Rob Rymond, Jun 26, 2007
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  2. squee boy

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    sweet i love this game
    =]
     
  3. limsey

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    Oh, Geez!
    I have ths game for the DS and it's amazingly fun, although challenging. Can NOT wait for the new Trauma Center.
    I'm such a loser though, I'll have it on easy difficulty.
     
  4. thatstobadd56

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    never played..but sounds good
     
  5. Byuakuya

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    Sounds cool. Thanks for informing us of the release date.
     
  6. Perun

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    I love the game man, lots of fun
     
  7. Wiisdom-Warrior

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    I don't know how this is going to turn out, i would need to see the game first. Anyone got any videos?
     
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    ill see some reviews first.
     

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