Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Creative
Release Date

Wii

  • 19th Nov 2006 (USA)
  • 10th Aug 2007 (UK/EU)
  • 2nd Dec 2006 (JPN)
Series
Trauma Center
Tags
Doctor

Screenshots (20)

Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot
Trauma Center: Second Opinion Screenshot

Reviews

  • 3

    Wii

    Review Trauma Center: Second Opinion

    Doctor, vitals are dropping. Its time to dissect Atlus' new medical drama, lets start the operation..

    Only in Japan. Trauma Center: Second Opinion is something you wouldn't expect, over the past 20 years the majority of video games have been about killing things, Trauma Center is one of the many few that is all about saving things, saving peoples lives, Holby City style. Second Opinion is a..

About The Game

Heart surgery and tumor removal might look easy from the morphine end, but how do you think the doctor feels? Well, you’re going to find out! In Trauma Center, the patients’ lives are in your hands! You’ll experience all the drama we’ve come to expect from the medical field. So go ahead, toss on some scrubs and step into the O.R.—it’s time to play doctor.

It’s predecessor Trauma Center: Under the Knife has been hailed by critics as one of the best games for the Nintendo DS. “Arguably the most compelling use of the touch screen yet [Modojo]…You’ll likely never play a pseudo-sim this engaging [GameSpy]…One of the most creative and entertaining experiences the DS has offered [GotNext].”