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Trauma Center: Under the Knife
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Description

Trauma Center: Under the Knife lets YOU play doctor, performing increasingly complex surgeries. At first it's just another day in the O.R., but when a mysterious outbreak sweeps the area, the patients' lives are in your hands--no pressure. The stylus will be your scalpel as you make incisions, anesthetize problem areas, remove tumors, monitor vital signs, apply bandages, and more! Of course, you'll also have to deal with human drama between appointments. Keep a cool head, or you'll be out on the street (and all those years of medical school for nothing).

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Review
Written by Byron Tsang on 09/07/06
Atlus has refilled our prescription of Trauma Center shipments for a second time and we thought it was high time to take our medicine with this review.


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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
DS
PUBLISHER:
Atlus Software
DEVELOPER:
Atlus Software
GENRE: Simulation
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
October 04, 2005
ESRB RATING:
Teen


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