Earlier, we told you about the hottest video game to ever be released: The Grey's Anatomy Wii game. In that post, I promised that we would buy the game and test it out for you. Today, we deliver on that promise. We received the game about 2 weeks ago - and it's been non-stop Grey's Anatomy action here at LNWJF. And let's just say...it's incredible. Here are the top 10 reasons why the game is pretty much the most amazing thing to ever hit the Wii-waves.
During the cut scenes, you get to watch the characters make out! It's borderline soft-porn. The voices are almost just like the voices of the actual characters on the show!
This game is full of challenges in which you have to help a character decide how to deal with their personal and professional relationships. In this case, you have to help Izzy decide if she should be bold or not. How do you do that? By unfolding little pieces of paper with the Wii remote, of course! Which is exactly how I go about deciding whether or not to stand up to my boss in real life!
The realism of this game is breathtaking - sticking a catheter into someone's arm makes you feel like a real life medical student. The sound effects add to the experience - and will prepare you for that next time you need to inject heroin into someone's (perhaps your own) veins.
Izzy has to find out if "it's a girl thing" - and what better way to do that than to line up these weird looking orbs!
Dr. McSteamy needs to figure out how to flirt with Lexie - and who better to show him than YOU? Here's how I looked while playing this part:
When you don't complete a task in time - the game makes you feel like total sh*t. Just like in real life!
Complete with realistic sound effects. Except in the game, you can't get sued for medical malpractice!
These calm orbs are NASTY...and very difficult to avoid. You can see how mad I get when I play this part of the game:
Because you didn't avoid those calm blobs, you ruined Bailey's marriage. Nice going, a-hole.
Basically - if you're going to play this game, you need to be prepared to experience the full range of human emotions and have an extensive knowledge of medical procedures and emotion blobs. And be prepared to possibly lose your job and/or all your friends/family.