ER Ad Blurbs (Windows)

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Advertising Blurbs

Inside Flaps:
    No sleep in 36 hours and you lay down for a well-deserved rest. Then the call comes in; there's been a freeway pile-up with multiple victims. The ambulance is 5 minutes out. You drag yourself up and prepare for the next onslaught. As the new intern in the ER, you've got your work cut out for you. Welcome to the life and death drama that is Chicago County General Hospital!

    Make a difference and save lives!


    Create your own doctor

    Work diligently to build prestige

    Cultivate important relationships - on and off duty

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69437) on Jul 05, 2005.

Back of Box:

    You've watched the excitement of ER, now experience it firsthand!

    As the new ER intern at Chicago's County General Hospital, your career starts out easily enough as you treat a manageable number of patients sporting minor cuts and bruises. However, your skills are quickly put to the test as the stakes escalate into full-fledged ER emergencies. In addition to taking on these medical challenges you will have to deal with hospital politics, make decisions on gut-wrenching ethical dilemmas and establish personal relationships - even romances! It takes more than medical training to climb the ranks at County General!

  • Starring Noah Wyle, Mekhi Phifer and Sherry Stringfield

  • Create your doctor and train in six different fields of medicine

  • Unique character management sim / roleplaying gameplay

  • Increase your prestige in the hospital by successfully treating patients, maintaining positive relationships and achieving your goals in each of the dramatic and sometimes humorous mission-based episodes

  • Immersive gameplay features highly-detailed 3D environments and over 100 unique characters

  • Utilize Perks and Special Abilities for the greater good or just to spite your rivals! Give them as gifts or trade them with fellow staff members to build stronger relationships

  • Experience a huge variety of patient disorders and group emergencies both inside and outside the ER

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69437) on Jul 05, 2005.