A new Surgeon Simulator 2013 update has bizarrely taking the operating-room sim into outer space, adding yet another string to Doctor Nigel’s bow.
Being a surgeon seems a mighty challenging job as it is, throw in a complete lack of gravity and its easy to see that routine appendectomy turning into a lobotomy. That’s the sort of scenario you may well be facing, following developer Bossa Studios’ decision to turn the game less ER and more ET…
In space, no one can hear you scream, which is probably just as well for your medically challenged patients. The sight of Nigel’s unnervingly unpredictable arm coming at you with a scalpel would be borderline terrifying at the best of times, yet even more so when Earth is but a solitary blip outside the window.
The title returns with all three operations available (heart,kidney and brain), as well as a separate, more stable build, for those of us unlucky enough not to have got our hands on an Oculus Rift or Razer Hydra.
The latest update to Surgeon Simulator 2013 contains two new levels and is free to for current owners of the title; the full game’s available on Steam for £6.99/$9.99.
To keep you achievement hunters happy there’s also 18 new achievements for you to, ummm, achieve.
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