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Trauma Center: Under the Knife

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Atlus Considering Trauma Center for More Platforms?

Dr. Atlus: Nurse! There's something important I have to tell you in melodramatic fashion. Nurse Angie: Oh, doctor! Dr. Atlus: I was wondering...if you'd like to... Nurse Angie: Yes, doctor? Dr. Atlus: Move to other platforms? Stat! Nurse Angie: Gasp! SLAP! Atlus is shopping around a Trauma Center survey that asks about the series in general. They want to know your likes, dislikes, and everything else in-between. Atlus also asks if gamers would like to see Trauma Center jump to another platform. -- Go Nintendo Trauma Center is currently exclusive to Nintendo platforms. The Under the Knife series has spanned two games on the Nintendo DS, and Atlus has released two excellent Trauma Center titles for Wii: the launch title Second Opinion and 2007's stellar New Blood. Atlus rewarded fans who completed the survey with an illustration of a scantily clad Nurse Angie. And really, is there any better incentive to complete a survey than a drawing of a busty cartoon nurse? Read More

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Trauma Center Sequel Transplanted to DS This Summer

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