Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Surgeon Simulator 2013 Review

     Hello everyone and happy Wednesday.  Today were doing to review one of the less serious games made this year: Surgeon Simulator 2013. Developed by Bossa Studios and published by Steam, S.S. was originally a game made in 48 hours by four sleep deprived game developers. So they decided to see what they could do in 48 days and this was the result: Surgeon Simulator 2013.  As the title of the game suggests, you are a surgeon preforming surgery.  There are a few different modes that have been introduced into the game since the first one.  Although the original objective of the game is still present, which is to preform open heart surgery on a patient without killing him, however most of the players of the game simply make a mess of things breaking the patients rib cage, dropping bone saws in his organs, and injecting yourself with drugs with drugs meant for sedating the patient. So overall most the fan base doesn't play the game seriously.  Back on subject, some of the new modes include brain surgery in which you have to remove the brain while fixing the non functional part of the brain, I also think you can preform a lobotomy depending on the objective.  The most popular and difficult new mode is ambulance mode, where you have to preform surgery in the back of a moving, bumpy ambulance.  This mode requires careful persition or you will kill your patient and scatter all your equipment over the floor of the vehicle.  But for the most part the developers knew that most people would just mess around and find funny ways to kill the patient.  That's basically what you do in the game and everything about it.  Surgeon Simulator 2013 is available on the Steam store for $9.99 and the hours of laughs you'll get out of the game is worth it. That's all folks, thanks for 50 posts.  This has been Jacob Arnold, signing off.
Official Steam Trailer

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