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Trauma Center: Second Opinion – Review

Read review of Trauma Center: Second OpinionWhen I reviewed the first iteration of Trauma Center on the Nintendo DS, I said that it was the first game that truly felt like it couldn't have been done on any other platform. Now that there's a revision of it on the Wii, I guess I'm going to have to eat those words. Although Second Opinion is essentially the same game as the DS's Under the Knife, not only is it just as good, it's the definitive version.

Trauma Center: Second Opinion – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Mild Language, Mild Violence

Trauma Center: Second Opinion

Game Description: The follow-up to Trauma Center: Under the Knife, this is the first surgical video game for the Nintendo Wii. The critically acclaimed medical drama simulation is making a house call on your Wii! Dr. Derek Stiles is back, but he's not the only surgeon on call, a new player joins the team, bringing along everything the doctor ordered: difficulty modes, new surgical implements like the defibrillator, and an exciting never-before-seen conclusion. So what are you waiting for? If one dose of Trauma Center wasn't enough, it's time you got a Second Opinion!

Cabela's African Safari

Game Description: Cabela's African Safari lets you experience the challenge of hunting African Big Game beyond belief and the danger of the Feared Big Five—Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Rhinos and Cape Buffalo. Live the adventure of a lifetime, as you go on 40 safari hunts for a variety of dangerous game. Go on 7, 10 or 14 day safari hunts & track big game, antelope and plains game.

Cabela's African Safari – Review

The player gets to visit six different African countries, and hunt the rarest and most dangerous animals that they have to offer. This is accomplished by walking and running around an African landscape, then switching over to scope mode and blasting animals as they drink from streams or sun themselves on a rock.

Cabela's African Safari – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood, Violence

Bargain Basement 17 – Trapt

Although the camera is ridiculously slow and unresponsive (an intentional choice to alleviate the motion sensitivity Japanese gamers are so prone to?), it's as sickeningly entertaining as it ever was to lay down a giant bear trap, snap it closed on an approaching attacker, shoot him full of electrified spears and then drop a giant flaming boulder on his head, laughing as the whole mess explodes.

Bargain Basement 17 – Chibi-Robo

Although the GameCube suffered from a thin, underfed library that paled in comparison to the competition's, a few unappreciated gems still managed to slip through the fingers of software-starved players. Out of everything that I've spent time with on the GameCube, I'd say that Chibi-Robo was hands-down the best effort that no one knew about.

Elebits

Game Description: Elebits is a revolutionary game of hide and seek. What are Elebits? They're mischievous little creatures who provide the world's power. Use the innovative Wii controller to push, pull, lift and throw anything in the environment as you attempt to track down these playful little creatures. As they capture Elebits, players will be able to further interact with the environment, using them to provide power to different implements that will help them in their search.

Elebits – Review

Read review of ElebitsWhile I can't say that shooting cute little animals will revolutionize gaming as we know it, Nintendo has definitely made the first-person shooter to someone as clumsy as me.

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