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Watch – Trauma Center: New Blood’s co-op mode in action

By Spencer . November 6, 2007 . 10:22am

This week we’re getting a look at a brand new operation where players remove bone fragments from the spleen. The operation adds in elements directly from Trauma Center: Second Opinion like the broken bone mechanics, except you’re patching up the rib cage in Trauma Center: New Blood. In the video two players tackle the operation, […]

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Watch – Trauma Center: New Blood’s new faces

By Spencer . October 30, 2007 . 11:11am

The latest trailer for Trauma Center: New Blood has no surgery, just character introductions from the team at Concordia Medical Hospital. Sample the voice acting and post what you think of it below.   [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1elMACDEamY[/youtube]    Also Atlus is backing Trauma Center: New Blood with a sizable advertising campaign. Besides print ads that measure fun […]

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Watch – Trauma Center: New Blood final trailer

By Spencer . October 23, 2007 . 10:18am

It’s Trauma Center Tuesday and Atlus just sent over an e-mail pointing to a new trailer for Trauma Center: New Blood. The clip doesn’t spell out new details, but if you watch it closely you can see a few new operations. In the beginning of the video you can see a Marcus adding in a […]

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Trauma Center reopens in the USA

By Spencer . October 16, 2007 . 12:46pm

Even though the first Trauma Center game took place in the fictional city of “Angeles Bay”, it was really set in Japan. Trauma Center: New Blood takes place in Alaska, a real location and it’s really in the USA this time. The revamped Trauma Center website reveals this information with a few bits on the […]

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Trauma Center: New Blood’s new operations

By Spencer . October 15, 2007 . 10:26am

It looks like Atlus is adding more realistic operations in Trauma Center: New Blood compared to the bioterrorism battle in the first game. Famitsu’s four screenshots show the broken bone surgery from Trauma Center: Second Opinion is back and there is a picture of a new operation where you have to remove a bullet with […]

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Inside Trauma Center’s new operating room

By Spencer . October 2, 2007 . 9:47am

Since E3 passed there hasn’t been much more information about Trauma Center: New Blood, but it looks like it’s progressing nicely. Atlus sent over an e-mail with a link to a new promotional trailer, which is part of their “Trauma Center Tuesdays” campaign. The clip features two player gameplay, but if you have a careful […]

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Watch – Trauma Center: New Blood trailer

By Spencer . September 10, 2007 . 5:52pm

As a sweet surprise, Atlus released a trailer of Trauma Center: New Blood. You can sample some of the voice acting and more importantly check out the gameplay. Most of the footage is of the two player mode, but there is a new procedure to see. In Trauma Center: New Blood you have to “massage […]

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Chat with Atlus, more details about Trauma Center: New Blood

By Spencer . July 13, 2007 . 2:00am

Unfortunately Trauma Center: New Blood was not playable at E3. The game is still in development, but Atlus USA is already working on localizing Trauma Center: New Blood for North America. They plan to do a dual release, Japan and the USA, this holiday season.   The story takes place ten years after the events […]

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Draglade and Ontamarama coming from Atlus USA

By Spencer . July 11, 2007 . 12:10am

In addition to Trauma Center: New Blood, Atlus has two music based games for the Nintendo DS. We talked about Draglade before, so I’ll point you to our import playtest for more details. Ontamarama is a unique game developed by Noise Factory that you play with the stylus and the microphone. I don’t know much […]

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E3 Sneak Peek – Trauma Center: New Blood

By Spencer . July 10, 2007 . 8:31am

Atlus is developing a brand new game in the Trauma Center series with two new doctors Marcus and Valerie for the Wii. Details are trickling in about Trauma Center: New Blood, but as you can see from the screenshot there is co-op play. Other new features include widescreen support and online score ranking system.   […]

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Nintendo LA Wii Event: Chat with Atlus

By Spencer . November 20, 2006 . 2:18pm

Hanging out at the Hard Rock Café were Nich Margos (editor) and Mike Meeker (editor and QA lead) from Atlus. They were casually finishing their dinner when we swung by to talk with them about Trauma Center: Second Opinion. First thing we had to ask is if anything was different from the Japanese version. Nich […]

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How Trauma Center: Second Opinion plays

By Spencer . November 13, 2006 . 3:57pm

GoNintendo pointed us to a couple of new clips of Trauma Center: Second Opinion (Caduceus Z: 2-tsu no Chou Shittou). The new footage shows how the Wii remote controller is used during surgery. Players use the left analog stick to select tools and act out motions with the remote. For instance stitching a patient back […]

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New Operations in Trauma Center: Second Opinion

By Spencer . October 31, 2006 . 7:25am

Two new missions for the Wii version of Trauma Center have been shown. The first is a remake of the time bomb stage found in Trauma Center: Under the Knife. Without spoiling too much of the plot Derek Styles has to diffuse a bomb. The DS version has players snipping wires and burning computer chips […]

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Trauma Center training: a look at the two new operations

By Spencer . October 17, 2006 . 6:09am

Coming out for the Wii on launch day is Trauma Center: Second Opinion. A full remake of the Nintendo DS game with Wii controls, vastly improved graphics, a new doctor and two new operations. Here is a look at the two added skills in Atlus’ medical drama game.   Using the defibrillator   When patients […]

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Meet Trauma Center’s new doctor

By Spencer . October 3, 2006 . 8:35am

Atlus said before that they were adding a new doctor to Trauma Center: Second Opinion and now we know who she is. The new doctor is Mira Kimishima who studied medicine in America who is sent to Japan in an exchange program. Dr. Kimishima has her own set of skills thanks to her training in […]