Here’s some more scans of the Wii golf game which reveals more costumes that you can make your characters wear. Those playing the PC version already can enter passwords to unlock even more costumes. Dead or Alive fans should recognise the Katsumi costume and there’s also Hyabusa Ryuu from Ninja Gaiden.
Otherwise known as “Trauma Center: Second Opinion” or the new Japanese name “Caduceus Z: Futatsu no Chou Shittou”, here’s two of the new features appearing in the game.
Not DS related but I couldn’t help but notice the cute outfits the characters were wearing in Pangya Golf, one of the Japanese launch titles for the Wii in December.
There’s actually a free online PC version of the golf game.
Held at the International Convention Complex in Chiba Japan, The “Nintendo Wii Preview” conference reveals a great deal of information about the console.
Currently, the console is set a price of 25,000 Yen (
Not exactly DS related but, I really enjoyed the original DS game. Despite its high level of difficulty it was original and was still really fun to play!
Anyway, Trauma Centre NEO (or “Second Opinion”) for the Wii will be developed by the same staff from Atlus featuring the same cast of characters from the DS title. Players will be able to select the different operation tools quickly using the nun-chuck part of the Wii controller while operating away with the remote. Those who played the original DS game will recognise the familiar tools such as the scalpel, laser, anti-biotic gel, drain, forceps and needle. As the player plays through the game however, more tools will be introduced apart from the 8 ones shown here.