I cannot stress this enough: Surgeon Simulator 2 is not a surgery game. The first game was goofy and weird—you were expected to navigate an intense night of open-heart surgery with a clumsy set of keybindings and mouse clicks—but even at its ridiculous heights, the anonymous doctor was still cracking ribs and replacing livers under the supposed guise of a medical institution. In the sequel, though, you will encounter those same challenges in radically different contexts. It completely obliterate the Surgeon Simulator’s foundational pitch, and instead filters the franchise through the lens of madcap physics games like Goat Simulator and Octodad.

Need to Know

What is it? The sequel to the original simulator parody.
Reviewed on: Windows 10, Intel Core i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz 16.0 GB RAM  
Price: $24.99
Release date: Out now
Publisher: Bossa Studios
Developer: Bossa Studios
Multiplayer: Online co-op for two to four players.
Out: Now
Link: Official site

Maybe your patient needs a new liver, but that liver can only be found by negotiating a rudimentary Mario-style jumping puzzle. Or he needs a new leg, and first you must pull off his old leg with your bare hands and hold it up to a scanner that, inexplicably, will only unlock its corresponding door when presented with human flesh, like the hospital is owned and operated by Sander Cohen. Maybe you’re knee deep in surgery in an abandoned corridor, while an intercom regales you of a vast conspiracy that is producing all of these uncanny, identical bodies you’re operating on.

source: gamezpot.com

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