History Videogame / TraumaCenter

22nd Feb '17 7:49:14 PM Heartlesswithaheart
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* WorstAid: Averted in the story (to the point where it doesn't make any of the common mistakes), but potentially played completely straight in gameplay. In fact, it's actively ''encouraged'' to do this for an S/XS rank! Well, aside from in ''Trauma Team''.
21st Feb '17 7:51:44 AM Wuz
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* GoryDiscretionShot: In almost all operations, you have to first perform an incision to open up the body and see the conditions inside. However, this stage is always skipped when a level involves brain operation, where you start "inside" so to speak, presumably so that the player doesn't have to see a man's scalp being cut open.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: In almost all operations, you have to first perform an incision to open up the body and see the conditions inside. However, this stage is always skipped when a level involves brain operation, where you start "inside" so to speak, presumably so that the player doesn't have to see a man's scalp being cut open. This is also skipped in one surgery mission in ''Trauma Team'', where the patient is impaled by an I-Beam and the treatment focuses on his liver. One could certainly guess that looking at an I-Beam sticking out of the patient's body would not be a pretty sight.
21st Feb '17 5:58:28 AM Wuz
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21st Feb '17 5:58:27 AM Wuz
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* [[AllThereInTheManual All There in the Earlier Game]]:

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* [[AllThereInTheManual All There in the Earlier Game]]:AllThereInTheManual:



* GoryDiscretionShot: In almost all operations, you have to first perform an incision to open up the body and see the conditions inside the body. However, this stage is always skipped when a level operates on the brain, presumably so that the player doesn’t have to see a man's scalp being cut open.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: In almost all operations, you have to first perform an incision to open up the body and see the conditions inside the body. inside. However, this stage is always skipped when a level operates on the brain, involves brain operation, where you start "inside" so to speak, presumably so that the player doesn’t doesn't have to see a man's scalp being cut open.
21st Feb '17 5:50:12 AM Wuz
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* GoryDiscretionShot: In almost all operations, you have to first perform an incision to open up the body and see the conditions inside the body. However, this stage is always skipped when a level operates on the brain, presumably so that the player doesn’t have to see a man's scalp being cut open.
20th Feb '17 10:56:14 PM Wuz
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** Multiple aneurysms bursting in the brain

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** Multiple aneurysms bursting in the brainbrain.
20th Feb '17 10:41:56 PM Wuz
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* MoodWhiplash: Played for catharsis in the final operation in ''Trauma Team''. [[spoiler: To defeat the Twisted Rosalia, you have to first go through [[MarathonBoss four hectic stages]] of destroying its outer shell and to get to its core. After the mad scramble beforehand, one would certainly expect the final stage to be also a complete chaos. In reality it's the opposite. All music stops when the player opens the heart and exposes the core, and the final steps are simple and straightforward - inject cardioplegic solution, excise the microfilm, inject the serum, with the only obstacle being a non-reversible countdown, during which all characters become unusually quiet. When the Twisted Rosalia is defeated, soothing piano music begins to play, the core disintegrates in white light, and Naomi's vitals stabilize, creating a cathartic sense of victory after extreme stress.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Played for catharsis in the final operation in ''Trauma Team''. [[spoiler: To defeat the Twisted Rosalia, you have to first go through [[MarathonBoss four hectic stages]] of destroying its outer shell shell, and to get to then destroy its core. After the mad scramble beforehand, one would certainly expect the final stage to be also a complete chaos. In reality it's the opposite. All music stops when the player opens the heart and exposes the core, and the final steps are simple and straightforward - inject cardioplegic solution, excise the microfilm, inject the serum, with the only obstacle being a non-reversible countdown, during which all characters become unusually quiet. When the Twisted Rosalia is defeated, soothing piano music begins to play, the core disintegrates in white light, and Naomi's vitals stabilize, creating a cathartic sense of victory after extreme stress.]]
20th Feb '17 10:40:49 PM Wuz
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* MoodWhiplash: Played for catharsis in the final operation in ''Trauma Team''. [[spoiler: To defeat the Twisted Rosalia, you have to first go through [[MarathonBoss four stages]] of destroying its outer shell and then injecting the serum to its core by performing a heart-stopping surgery without a heart-lung machine. After the mad scramble beforehand, one would certainly expect the final stage to be also complete chaos. In reality it's the opposite. All music stops when the player opens the heart and exposes the core, and the final operation is very simple and straightforward - inject cardioplegic solution, excise the microfilm, inject the serum, with the only obstacle being a non-reversible countdown, during which all characters become unusually quiet and even the tool requests become minimalist. When the Twisted Rosalia is defeated, soothing piano music begins to play, the core disintegrates in white light, and Naomi's vitals stabilize, creating a cathartic sense of victory after extreme stress.]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Played for catharsis in the final operation in ''Trauma Team''. [[spoiler: To defeat the Twisted Rosalia, you have to first go through [[MarathonBoss four hectic stages]] of destroying its outer shell and then injecting the serum to get to its core by performing a heart-stopping surgery without a heart-lung machine. core. After the mad scramble beforehand, one would certainly expect the final stage to be also a complete chaos. In reality it's the opposite. All music stops when the player opens the heart and exposes the core, and the final operation is very steps are simple and straightforward - inject cardioplegic solution, excise the microfilm, inject the serum, with the only obstacle being a non-reversible countdown, during which all characters become unusually quiet and even the tool requests become minimalist.quiet. When the Twisted Rosalia is defeated, soothing piano music begins to play, the core disintegrates in white light, and Naomi's vitals stabilize, creating a cathartic sense of victory after extreme stress.]]
20th Feb '17 10:36:56 PM Wuz
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* MoodWhiplash: Played for catharsis in the final operation in ''Trauma Team''. [[spoiler: To defeat the Twisted Rosalia, you have to first go through [[MarathonBoss four stages]] of destroying its outer shell and then injecting the serum to its core by performing a heart-stopping surgery without a heart-lung machine. After the mad scramble beforehand, one would certainly expect the final stage to be also complete chaos. In reality it's the opposite. All music stops when the player opens the heart and exposes the core, and the final operation is very simple and straightforward - inject cardioplegic solution, excise the microfilm, inject the serum, with the only obstacle being a non-reversible countdown, during which all characters become unusually quiet and even the tool requests become minimalist. When the Twisted Rosalia is defeated, soothing piano music begins to play, the core disintegrates in white light, and Naomi's vitals stabilize, creating a cathartic sense of victory after extreme stress.]]
12th Feb '17 3:56:22 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* PuzzleBoss: Triti. The execution isn't particularly difficult, it's more about trying to figure out how to remove its tiles without making it generate more.
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