If you've ever been sitting around and thought, "I wonder what it would be like to travel through an anal cavity?" then Atlus has just the gameplay video for you. Featuring gameplay footage from their upcoming Wii release Trauma Team, you can now see what it's like to perform an actual Endoscopy procedure, all from the comfort (and safety) of your Wii console.
When they said, "To boldly go where no man has gone before", we don't think this is exactly what they had in mind, but it's still an interesting look at the Wii title and how true-to-life many of the procedures in the game truly are.
You can check out the Endoscopy Trailer below, along with a snippet of the press release information. We'll also have a full review of the game up shortly after its release on April 20, 2010 in North America.
Atlus U.S.A., Inc. today released the second entry in its video walkthrough series focused on the various modes of the multi-discipline Trauma Team, the upcoming medical entertainment experience set to release for Wii™ on April 20, 2010. The video offers fans their first look at the Endoscopy mode in action.
With its new perspective, mechanics, and extensive use of Wii motion controls, the new mode delivers radically new gameplay while retaining the spirit and fun factor of its predecessors.
"We think people are going to want to be inserting tools and cameras all over the place after they get started with Endoscopy operations in Trauma Team," boasted Aram Jabbari, Manager of Public Relations and Sales at Atlus. "We'd rather they not tell anyone where they got their inspiration, and we'd certainly appreciate if they keep said tools and cameras away from us, but we know they'll fall in love with Endoscopy in the game, whether because of the addictive controls or the fresh new take on emergency medicine. Truly, the gameplay found in this mode is some of the deepest to date," he punned, ignoring the cringing faces in attendance.
Bigger and more exciting than ever before, Trauma Team is the ultimate medical drama! Encounter unprecedented depth across six distinct fields of medicine. Follow the drama as never before with all-new dynamic story sequences inspired by Japanese animation and comics that capture the raw intensity and drama of life in a living hospital!