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Dtoid Live rewind: Kung Fu Live underpants hysteria

Earlier this week we attempted to play Kung Fu Live on the PlayStation Eyething. During the calibration procedure we learned that the technology works best when you're not wearing dark clothing. Rather than trouble with a costume change we ...   read

 
 
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Japanese Trauma Team's bonus sexy cards

We played and liked Trauma Team, and when we reviewed it we touched on some of the in-game sexy bits. You know, busty girls, ridiculous situations. Stuff like that. None of those sexy bits seemed to make it into the game's marketing here, b...   read

 
 
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Trauma Team for thirty bucks on Amazon

Holy crap, that was fast! Released just over a week ago, Trauma Team has already become the recipient of an Amazon Deal of the Day! If you go to the online retailer today and say, "I would like a copy of Trauma Team, please," they'll g...   read

 
 
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Trauma Team plays up the drama

Trauma Team came out last week and, I'm ashamed to say, I haven't had a chance to play it yet. For now, I'll have to make use of the likely hours of trailers, gameplay footage and other video on the web about the game. Trailers like t...   read

 
 
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Review: Trauma Team

Ah, the world of Trauma Team. It's a pretty unique place with pretty unique people. Everyone seems to have either huge boobs or huge noses. Everyone's relatively attractive, yet strangely familiar looking at the same time.  Everyone li...   read

 
 
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Yoo-es-ay: Americans to thank for Trauma Team forensics

Americans, give yourselves a pat on the back, for it's you that the busty Naomi Kimishima (as above) has to thank for her current line of work in Trauma Team's forensics department. As you may know from Destructoid's preview of the game...   read

 
 
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Dr. Freebird, please report to Trauma Team

Atlus sent us a ton of videos for Trauma Team today. The series of walkthrough clips shows off a variety of procedures players can perform in the game, as well as introduces us to the doctors who will get all the credit for you...   read

 
 
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Crack a femur: Trauma Team's orthopedics walkthrough

I was going to use a drill pun, but Atlus already took care of that. Hell, they took care of all the bone-related puns. Look: "Until watching this new video, a lot of Trauma Team fans may have a slightly disjointed notion of what the Orth...   read

 
 
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Nurse, Forceps! New Trauma Team screenshots

I'm about to make an incision...on my arm if I don't get to play Trauma Team soon. Atlus is still working on it, but they sent along new screenshots of the upcoming Wii medical operation game as a sort of Christmas gift, they say. Christmas...   read

 
 
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Preview: Trauma Team (endoscopy w/ Tomoe Tachibana)

Atlus was kind enough to let us scrub in on surgery. They're still operating on Trauma Team, the next the series of Trauma Center games, and they wanted us to see the insides of this patient. We got a very quick look at E3, where we spent m...   read

 
 


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Atlus launches Trauma Team website, now with less nicotine

I'll admit right off the bat that I'm a huge fan of the Trauma Center games, so the new website Atlus has just launched gets me all the more excited for its upcoming Wii title, Trauma Team. Among other things, this will feature profiles for...   read

 
 
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Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin': Trauma Center

This is the newest episode of Hey Ash, Whatcha Playin'. It is about Trauma Center. Now that we've got a panel at PAX, I've gotten all nervous about what will or won't be helpful to talk about, how to remain entertaining, and what sort of HA...   read

 
 
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Atlus drops the trauma with new Trauma Team video

Even though we've seen very little of Trauma Team so far, I'm still excited about it. When Colette and I met with Atlus at E3, I was able to chat with them a bit about what to expect. All they did is tease. I don't think they knew, but they...   read

 
 
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Pre-E3 2009: Atlus + E3 = Win

You know a company is chock full of awesome when the title of their press release for E3 uses a mathematical equation that ends in win. Yes, Atlus sent over a press release announcing their E3 line-up titled "Atlus + E3 =Win" and ...   read

 
 
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Famitsutoid: No More Heroes 2, Trauma Center 3 and more

I take absolutely no credit for the Famitsutoid header. This comes compliments of Destructoid community blogger Genki-JAM, who was kind enough to share his latest issue of Famitsu, packed full of hot images of lots of upcoming sequels you m...   read

 
 
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Pedisedate: Gassing your kids, one Game Boy game at a time

You are so not ready for this.A new piece of medical equipment is being tested right now called the Pedisedate. Basically, it is a headset that is placed on a child before they are admitted to surgery. The device connects to a Game Boy or p...   read

 
 
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Destructoid review: Trauma Center: Under The Knife 2

The first Trauma Center: Under The Knife for DS was a fantastic game, but it also came with a reputation -- that of being one of the most difficult games to grace the portable console. Placing you in the role of newbie doctor Derek Stiles, ...   read

 
 
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Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2 is out, new screens accompany

Yesterday, Atlus opened the gates on their new Nintendo DS surgery game, Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2. Certain to entertain any reasonable person with a plastic stylus and a dual-screened peripheral, Atlus’ original offering prese...   read

 
 
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Trauma Center DS: Under the Knife 2 announced

My first time playing Trauma Center, I played for three hours straight. It had been a while since any DS game had caused such obsessive emotions for me, not to mention presented me with enough challenge to make me want to throw my DS across...   read

 
 
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Wiimote, stat! Wii helps surgeons perform better

Dr Kanav Kohel and Dr Marshall Smith of the Banner Good Samaritan Medical Centre in Phoenix, Arizona, think that the Wii's control scheme can actually help surgeons perform better surgeries.They're working with researchers to develop a prog...   read

 
 
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New Trauma Center clips demonstrate the horrors of life on the street

We've all been there.You're driving down the streets of Las Vegas after a Tyson fight, Suge is at the wheel, and as you pull up to a stop light a whole gang of ni***s in a white Caddy pop off 12-13 shots through the door of your Beemer. Y...   read

 
 
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