Writer, artist, musician, but above all that, just a complete internet-loving moron.
Nearly seven years after I first picked up Under the Knife, Trauma Center still occupies a very dear section of my heart. I honestly think this series is a great one, so I made one of those funny Powerpoint things in hopes it’ll get other people to pick up the game too.
If you’re interested in the games (which I very much hope you are!) I see copies of the older games I recommended as starters pretty often in game stores’ used section (Under the Knife usually runs for <$10, Second Opinion around $15). If you can’t find a copy to buy/can’t afford it, here’s a list of Let’s Plays of most of the games:
Trauma Center: Under the Knife (HIGHLY recommended, informative even if you’ve played the game before!)
It’s the gameplay that really makes this series, though, so I definitely suggest getting the games if you can!
Also I’m linking the Trauma Team timeline I made again because the game’s format makes it a little confusing and because INFORMATION.
Trusting people is becoming hard
Keeping my grades up is becoming hard
Feeling pretty is becoming hard
Thinking happy thoughts is becoming hard
Doing work is becoming hard
Maintaining a friendship is becoming hard
Doing everything is becoming hard and I don’t like it
When friends won’t believe they’re cute and perfect
when friends insist that you’re cute and perfect
shhhhhhhh you’re cute and perfect deal with it
my parents split after they made me. i am a volcano. they are tectonic plates. follow for more geological humour.
i really hope the two people who just followed me aren’t looking for geological humour or you are going to be earth-shatteringly disappointed
this post is one of my best by a landslide
textbooks attempting to be racially diverse will always be the funniest thing
chow liung pao and shyniqua went to the supermarket
people who laugh so hard at their own jokes that they can’t even finish the joke because they’re laughing so hard are my favorite kind of people
Never knew how dangerous scissors could be.
can we focus on the fact that the guy said “paper does not have atoms”
this show is for little kids but it is the funniest shit I have ever seen
whats that mythbusters dude doin
is this attack on titan
once in art class my teacher played this on the projector for a full hour
am i the only one who rehearses things i might say in advance? and I don’t mean like my theoretical oscars acceptance speech i mean like what i’ll say to the pizza guy when I answer the door in my pjs