GT provides us with a first look at Atlus Software’s Trauma Center: Second Opinion for the Nintendo Wii. Gameplay video after the jump.

Using the Wii-mote and nunchuck combination, players will manipulate more than a dozen different items, ranging from a scalpel, defibrillator, syringe, antibiotic gel, and good ole’ thread and needle to seek out and attack nearly any surgical nightmare out there

[via IGN]

GT provides us with a first look at Atlus Software’s Trauma Center: Second Opinion for the Nintendo Wii. Gameplay video after the jump.

Using the Wii-mote and nunchuck combination, players will manipulate more than a dozen different items, ranging from a scalpel, defibrillator, syringe, antibiotic gel, and good ole’ thread and needle to seek out and attack nearly any surgical nightmare out there

[via IGN]