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80
WindowsGamePro (US) (Jan 01, 2000)
Now, you should have a healthy interest in the medical sciences before this you take the plunge. But if you fill that bill, you'll find ER2 gives doctor-wannabes a scratch-the-surface education in the life of a medical professional. It's almost enough to make me think twice about applying to medical school.
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WindowsGameSpot (Jul 29, 1999)
In the end, Emergency Room 2 seems like a decent piece of edutainment software. To its credit, it's chock-full of accurate, if not tremendously in-depth medical information and would fit perfectly on the shelf of a high-school computer learning center. Unfortunately, its mediocre presentation and its gameplay problems keep it from being appropriate pretty much anywhere else.
50
MacintoshAll Game Guide (1999)
Whatever good qualities the game may have (and there are some) are easily outdistanced by the overall phoniness of the environment. The sheets covering the patients always look the same, patients begin to look the same (maybe that is reality after all), the blood always looks the same (when there is any) and, of course, the rooms never change. Oh, yes, one last thing -- never, ever hit the Escape key while playing this game. Unlike any other game that comes to mind, you are thrown directly back to the Windows desktop without so much as a confirmation "yes" or "no" option -- very annoying. Call me picky, call me choosy, call me dumb and color me purple -- just don't call me Doctor because I'll never get through this course.
50
WindowsAll Game Guide (1999)
Whatever good qualities the game may have (and there are some) are easily outdistanced by the overall phoniness of the environment. The sheets covering the patients always look the same, patients begin to look the same (maybe that is reality after all), the blood always looks the same (when there is any) and, of course, the rooms never change. Oh, yes, one last thing -- never, ever hit the Escape key while playing this game. Unlike any other game that comes to mind, you are thrown directly back to the Windows desktop without so much as a confirmation "yes" or "no" option -- very annoying. Call me picky, call me choosy, call me dumb and color me purple -- just don't call me Doctor because I'll never get through this course.