This page contains Cheats for Caduceus Z: 2-tsu No Chou Shittou organized by sections for Nintendo Wii. Caduceus Z: 2-tsu No Chou Shittou is a Action General game, made by ATLUS, released on Nov 14, 2006 and published by ATLUS. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.
- Developer: ATLUS
- Publisher: ATLUS
- Genre: Action General
- Release Date: Nov 14, 2006
- ESRB: Teen
Complete all operations in episodes 1-5 and Z to unlock episode 6....From: frenardi99
Once unlocked, the first X mission will be available to both doctors. If you complete an X mission with one doctor, the next mission will be available to both doctors....From: deirdre
Yes, believe it or not, you have to diffuse a freakin' bomb. First, you must unscrew all the screws so you can remove the cover panel, but each screw uncrews differently and if you mess up more than 3 times, it'll blow up, so lemme just tell you. Unscrew the bottom right screw to the left, the bottom left screw to the right, the top right screw to ...From: blazer x 109
If you want to skip the extremely corny story line that you don't have to pay attention to at all, just press the -(minus) button while they're talking, it goes by A LOT faster. You can also use this to skip through the parts where your nurse and the other doctor talk to you while operating, but I highly suggest not to do that, they give you helpfu...From: ngkahcheong
That same girl you operated on last time has returned with more pain so lets get right to it. Open her up, and there'll be 3 lacerations and some smaller cuts. Close up 2 of the lacerations, but leave the last one open. Pull out your syringe and inject green liquid into her until her vitals are full (trust me this helps for later). Now suture up th...From: demco
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