Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game
I've Never Been more insulted by a game in my entire life. Does something even count as a mini-game if all you have to do is click the mouse and hold the button down for two seconds? If this is what 'casual gaming' means, please shoot me in the head right now so I can avoid having to play the things for all eternity. If you haven't seen an episode of Grey's Anatomy then you'll either be charmed by its shiny, sterilised view of US hospitals or you'll feel physically sick within a few seconds of the vomit-inducing bullshit it serves up as entertainment. (If you must watch bad TV, make it Hollyoaks - at least that doesn't pretend it's a quality drama.)
The game itself - and I'm using the word 'game' very loosely - involves choosing the direction of the episode by finishing various mini-games. That's it. These little gaming vignettes come thick and fast, interrupting what flow there is every couple of seconds. There are a few different types, but they are all beyond atrocious. In the surgery mini-games, one of your difficult tasks is to inject the patient. You do this by clicking and holding for two seconds. Success! Even the Little Britain game was more challenging.
Still, it is better than that pile because of two things: the cartoon graphics aren't too offensive and the paper-tearing mini-game has a nice ripping sound in it.
Grey's Anatomy is unadulterated shite of almost the lowest possible order. And yet Ubisoft have the gall to charge 20 fucking quid for it!
Download Grey's Anatomy: The Video Game
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP