Real Trauma Team Surgeons Play Specialist Difficulty

By Ishaan . May 4, 2010 . 1:16pm


After you’ve completed Trauma Team’s story, a secret seventh chapter opens up, extending the story by another dozen or so stages. But there’s even more post-game content, as Atlus revealed today, in the form of Doctor Medals and the “Specialist” difficulty setting.


“Specialist” is the third difficulty, following Intern and Resident. This also allows you to achieve the XS rank, which is unattainable on easier difficulties. Atlus compare it to the X Missions from the Trauma Center games.


Completing the game also unlocks Doctor Medals, of which there are eight for each doctor in the game. Every medal is scored by completing specific tasks during the course of the game. Earning medals unlocks further rewards, but Atlus haven’t mentioned what these are.


If you missed it, gloss over our playtest of Trauma Team for all of the details about surgery, new and old.

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  • Guest

    It links to an image not the article >_<

  • BrotherCavil

    I still want to know if there’s a huge-ish final operation with all six doctors fighting a mutated strain of Lupus hailing from Zeta Retticuli….

    • All of the doctors come together for the last chapter, but there isn’t any Lupus — that much I can tell you :)

  • aw. I thought this was going to be a post about how well real life surgeons did at playing trauma team

    • Avojavo

      Yeah. That is frankly a very misleading article title, and there’s nothing in the article to justify the phrase “Real… surgeons”.

      I suspect you probably got your titles and your articles mixed up. I recommend you swap them back, because leaving the title like this is pretty poor journalism.

    • I clicked thinking it would read that way too. *sulk*

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