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US: Trauma Team Coming To Wii U eShop Tomorrow

Those of you who live in the United States will be pleased to learn that Trauma Team will be arriving on the US Wii U Virtual Console tomorrow. The Wii title will cost $19.99 and is the first third party Wii game to be released on the US Wii U Virtual Console. Will you be purchasing the game?

Carefully review patient cases and decide on the best course for treatment as you assume the role of six different medical professionals. With steady hands on the Wii Remote and Nunchuk, make precise and quick decisions to keep your patient’s vitals stable and save the day!

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11 comments

  1. I can’t play most wii games on my TV… They just look like shit.
    GameCube and lower seem ok though…

    1. Games like this; Trauma Team, Muramasa and the demon sword, and Paper Mario look beautiful on HD TV’s. I already have it for my Wii and it looks great. N64 also looks terrible on HDTV’s.

      1. Ok, this could be good news! So you know what I mean? Skyward Sword is a perfect example. It has so many Jaggies, I personally can’t enjoy it. Do you have bad Jaggies on Skyward Sword? If so, I may very well pick this up. I really like the Trama Team franchise. :D

        1. Yup, I know exactly what you’re talking about. Some games are extremely painful to play. Twilight princess and Skyward sword both. Super Mario Galaxy and Xenoblade somehow escape this problem. I mean, it’s STILL a problem, but it’s pess apparent. Games like Resident evil 4 and Xenoblade are all presented in Wide screen. So they dont look completely horrid on modern TV’s.

      2. I would say it depends on the N64 game. Some software just scales horribly to HD, others seem fine. I don’t know enough about it to know what makes one ok and the other Jaggied to death.

  2. All this does is remind me of how a new Trauma Center would work so well on WiiU. But yea, I don’t think it’s ever going to happen, unfortunately.

    1. Yeah if a new Trauma Center title does come to a Nintendo platform it’ll be most likely the NX if anything else but I agree it would’ve been a great fit for the Wii U. Both Trauma Team and Trauma Center: Second Opinion that were on the original Wii were very good so it’s a shame that a new installment won’t come to a platform that it was practically taylor-made for

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