Trauma Center: New Blood

Trauma Center: New Blood

2007

System
Wii
Publisher
Atlus
Developer
Atlus

8.1

Game Rating

User Ratings: 67

Our Review: N/A

Trauma Center: New Blood News

November2007

  • News Out Today - Trauma Center: New Blood

    Scrub up its time to play doctors and nurses for the second time on Wii, Atlus release the sequel to hospital-tastic Trauma Center: Second Opinion.

    At a remote hospital in Alaska, Dr. Markus Vaughn quietly toils, a surgeon who has forsaken the politics and power struggles of his former ward. He is content to use the power he has discovered within...

  • News New Blood Ready For Launch

    Wii's very own Holby City will see a sequel released next week in the form of Trauma Center: New Blood.

    "At a remote hospital in Alaska, Dr. Markus Vaughn quietly toils, a surgeon who has forsaken the politics and power struggles of his former ward. He is content to use the power he has discovered within himself, the Healing Touch, to positively...

October2007

  • News New Blood New Trailer

    Trauma Center Tuesday has rolled around again, this week Atlus have released a new trailer for the upcoming Wii sequel, New Blood.

    This week, TRAUMA CENTER TUESDAY launches the official trailer for Trauma Center: New Blood, which gives you a closer look at the new surgeries, characters, destinations, and 2-player Co-Op mode that will be part of the...

  • News Trauma Center Tuesdays

    Altus set to go Trauma Center Crazy every Tuesday releasing new game info and media assets to boot.

    Starting today (and occurring every Tuesday up until and through the release of Trauma Center: New Blood), Atlus is proud to present Trauma Center Tuesday! Whether its new videos, screens, features, new game info or something else to whet the...

July2007

  • News Atlus Announce Trauma Center Sequel

    Atlus have today announced a Wii sequel to "Trauma Center: Second Opinion" dubbed "Trauma Center: New Blood".

    Keep your hands steady and your mind focused – this time around there’s a lot more on the line. Every cut of the scalpel, every pinch of the forceps, each and every second that ticks by is of the absolute greatest importance. If you...