TORONTO, Canada. November 2, 2007. DreamCatcher Inc. of the JoWooD Group, a leading worldwide publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software, today announced that LifeSigns: Surgical Unit for the Nintendo DS has shipped to retail stores. Find out what it is really like to examine, diagnose and operate on patients as you live the exciting life of a young, motivated doctor in this medical simulation title. LifeSigns: Surgical Unit will sell for a suggested retail price of $29.99 USD.
It's a matter of life and death in this unique and exciting adventure game where players will strive to become a top-notch intern at one of the country's best hospitals. As though you were a real doctor, you will be continuously confronted with medical emergencies and personnel issues that require your immediate attention. Communicate and interact with patients, nurses and other doctors in this dramatic medical simulation game where you are the doctor on call! With the unique features of the Nintendo DS, you will use authentic medical techniques and instruments to take pulse rates, make incisions and much more. Experience the medical drama of LifeSigns: Surgical Unit for yourself!
LifeSigns: Surgical Unit is developed by Spike with an ESRB Rating of T for Teen.
About DreamCatcher Inc.:
DreamCatcher Inc. is a leading worldwide publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment software. DreamCatcher Interactive is owned by Jowood Productions, an Austrian based video game publisher traded on the Vienna stock exchange.
Established in 1996, the company markets its products under two popular labels: DreamCatcher Games, featuring the critically acclaimed, best-selling game Painkiller; and The Adventure Company, the number one brand for PC adventure game sales worldwide including award winning titles such as Syberia and Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None.
DreamCatcher products include titles for the PC as well as leading hardware platforms - the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, the PlayStation Portable (PSP) system, the Xbox video game and entertainment system, the Nintendo Wii and DS.