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Life Signs: Hospital Affairs

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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  Good but I'm now stuck

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I bought this game and thought it was excellent. There is a lot of talking though. I am now stuck on operating on the professor. It's quite tricky.

  Really Good Operations, Way Too Much Talk

| | See all Alfie24's reviews (5)

I enjoyed the game when i first started, diagnosing the patient then operating, but after spending an hour skipping talk it wasnt sooo fun! Ive completed it and i can now operate in extra which avoids the chit-chat!

Its different to trauma centre, lot more direction and time in operations this game i think which allowed me to complete it!

  too boring for words

| | See all tangotalk's reviews (1)

I waited nearly a year for this game to come out, and oh how disapointed i was. all it consists of is cutscene after cutscene with tons of reading Ihave been playing for almost 3 hours and done just one operation and one examination.I might well notbother continuing.

  Too much talk, not enough play.

| | See all Emmathomas1984's reviews (3)

When I first started playing this I thought it was really good. The storyline had quite a lot of detail. You do a few examinations on the patients with a stylus and then continue with the operation.
This is fun but the problem I had was there was so much reading to do. You spend ages tapping the screen to speed up the conversation. In two and a half hours I had done one examination and one operation and the rest of the time was spent skipping between different areas on the map finding the one person you need that will let you go forward in the game. This game is good if you enjoy a good story and not much play but if you like constant playing then I wouldn't bother.

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