Written by Mahavishnu BBZ

Wednesday, 19 November 2008

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Genre : First-person Looter (of mortuaries)
No. of Players : Multiplayer collusion
Difficulty Level : Easy, as long as you don't get discovered

This sure-fire blockbuster is another venture into a 3D open-world playing arena, with an NHS children's hospital as the base for your shady shenanigans. Incorporating business management themes and also plenty of cover-ups, espionage and mysterious men with suitcases full of used notes.

The game begins with you as a young 'level 1' medical intern, who has to rise to the ranks of chief medical officer, by any means possible. Initially you will go through the motions of surgery, childcare, pretending to be sympathetic to parents of dying kids, but very soon you realise that your income can be boosted to astronomical levels by 'redistribution' of dead childrens organs and body parts.

This is where the business management engine comes into its own, marvel at the realistic way your prior knowledge of medical research businesses and corporate ventures can give you the leading edge and head start in share dealing, guaranteeing you excessive wealth that only the truly greedy & unethical understand.

Will you sell the organs to the highest bidders, from private clinics in the USA or Far East, or do you opt to open your own research facility and rake the money in under the guise of government funding? The development team at HH inc have come up with yet another unforgettable game, albeit in questionable taste, but when that is paired with great gameplay, tense action, and high-powered business lunches with profit obsessed vultures, its gaming heaven!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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