Surgeon Simulator: A&E Anniversary Edition for PlayStation 4

Surgeon Simulator: A&E Anniversary Edition

Aug 12, 2014
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About this game

Developer: Bossa Studios
Content Rating: Teen


The most critically acclaimed, one-handed, clumsy, bumbling, surgery simulation game has now arrived on PS4!  Players use their controllers to operate one of Doctor Nigel Burke’s flailing arms, in an attempt to perform life-saving surgery on his peaceful and trusting patient, Bob. Nigel’s surgical adventures will take him through over 20 operations and across 5 different locations, including brand new Eye and Teeth operations.  We’ve also added 56 trophies for you to collect and admire. Fantastic!

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Drew LeachmanAug 21, 2014
I’m not saying Surgeon Simulator is a bad game. I mean, it is, but it’s supposed to be. The game is interesting in multiple ways, but in the end, I found myself enjoying about three hours of it and then deciding I didn’t have the time or the patience to do some of the later surgeries. Still, it is a decently fun time running through it for the first time. Just keep in mind, the novelty wears off faster than the anesthesia.
Daniel HindesAug 19, 2014
But here's the thing: lack of accuracy in the controls is the whole point of Surgeon Simulator. That is the joke. However, when it comes to the difference between fun and frustrating, it's a matter of degrees. Playing Surgeon Simulator on PS4 is like listening to someone stumble through the telling of what could have been a hilarious wisecrack. The addition of achievements, some cheeky unlockable secrets, and a slight graphical upgrade over its original PC release doesn't make it funnier.
Marcus EstradaSep 07, 2014
At its core, Surgeon Simulator: A&E Anniversary Edition on PS4 is still effectively the same game as it was on PC, just with a few more additions. The biggest change is going from far too precise keyboard controls to still somewhat precise controller support. ...Players who have yet to experience Surgeon Simulator, however, will get a fully-featured and slightly easier version on PS4. Who knew medical malpractice could be enjoyable?

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