Surgeon Simulator 2013 Goes Up on Steam Today and Shows Why Med School is Absolutely Necessary
The incredibly bloody and darkly humorous Surgeon Simulator 2013 will be available from Steam today, giving everyone a chance to exercise their skills, thankfully far away from an actual operating room.
Players embody everyman Nigel Burke, who is suddenly tasked with performing operations on folk with comedic, albeit wholly horrific, results. The game spawned from a prototype developed in 48 hours at the 2013 Global Game Jam in January. When the game went viral, Bossa Studios wanted to see what they could do with 48 days of development time.
And the end results is Surgeon Simulator 2013, which will go up on Steam tonight for about $10, with a host of new features like Ambulance Mode, more operations such as double kidney transplant and brain transplants, new visuals, a new soundtrack, and a bunch of Easter eggs scattered throughout the experience.
Watch the trailer and check out the screens below to see if you'd want a slice of this action. Let us know if you're willing to get your hands dirty to save some lives (hopefully), by sounding off in the comments section.