Surgeon Simulator gets free DLC to add zero-gravity surgery to the mix

Surgeon Simulator

By on September 26, 2013 at 6:08 pm

It’s hard enough to do any actual surgery in the hilariously difficult Surgeon Simulator, but a free DLC update that adds zero-gravity environments is set to make it even harder than ever.

The free DLC also includes parts of an ARG codenamed “Project: Trisha”. You can see some of this ARG, which the developers promise contains “Top Secret World-Stopping Secret Content”, in the video below. Dialling a phone number found in the game gives you a mysterious VHS tape, which seems to be all anybody knows so far.

Take a look.

Source: Eurogamer

9 comments (Leave your own)

God, it would have to be free… I can’t believe people paid $10 for the actual game.

 

I was wondering what that update was for.

korten:
God, it would have to be free… I can’t believe people paid $10 for the actual game.

It’s fucking brilliant! I loved it. Worth every cent.

 
 

How can anybody possibly hate on this game? It’s ridiculously frustrating, but somehow in a lovable laugh out loud kind of way.

 

This is definitely a game better watched than played I think (like Ball0fire and NerdCubed’s other vids of it show). Ridiculously frustrating doesn’t seem like time well spent in terms of entertainment.

 

To each their own. I played it and laughed myself silly. There’s something about a game where you can accidentally hurl somebody’s internal organs on the floor.

 

vcatkiller,

Hey I ain’t trying to ruin anyone’s fun. It’s just my personal opinion that it’s more fun to see someone else do it. If I do that it’s because I screwed up because of the damn annoying controls (yes, the controls I know are part of the “fun”, but it just doesn’t do it for me). If I was younger, had more time and less responsibilities, it might be more interesting. But as you said, to each their own.

 

It’s all good. Everybody has their own favourite flavour of game. It is fun watching somebody else play this game though, you have a point. The first time I watched an episode of Rage Quit where they played the free version. I don’t know what’s funnier, the really horrible controls or watching somebody flip their lid over it.

 

korten:
God, it would have to be free… I can’t believe people paid $10 for the actual game.

I paid $3 for it during the Steam sale, and I’ve played it probably more than any other game I bought during that sale other than Sleeping Dogs. Totally worth it. it’s fun as hell.

 
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