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Post by Dan @ 12:29pm 21/01/10 | 0 Comments
The next addition to the Wii's successful Trauma Centre franchise promises more than just the regular cheesy storyline and surgery scenarios we've become accustomed too, but a host of new trauma related activities. A few weeks back publisher Atlus gave us a gameplay walkthrough of some of the new surgery procedures and today we get the first look at one of the new additions: endoscopy.

That's right, using Wii motion control to guide lights, cameras and other probing bits and pieces through your patients internals. Check it out right here on AusGamers.

Trauma Team is slated for an April 20 2010 wii-exclusive release in the U.S. with no Aussie (or other PAL territory) dates yet revealed.

Some new screenshots can be found over on our Trauma Team game page.




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