Surgeon Simulator 2013 Review

Surgeon Simulator 2013 is a challenging, entertaining game in which you play a one-armed surgeon responsible for operating on patients in a variety of situations.

Whether you’re in an operating room, in the back of an ambulance, or floating in zero gravity, you will likely find Surgeon Simulator to be one of the most challenging games to come out of 2013.

I found the game to be very interesting. The premise is unique, and the idea of taking the game of operation and putting it in a 3D environment like this is quite intriguing.

Like operation, if you miss your mark with your scalpel, saw, hammer, or any other instrument, you will likely cause the patient to start bleeding. Loose too much blood, and you will lose the patient.

Each finger on your hand is assigned to its own key. This should make it easy to articulate your hand and grab on to things, right? Not exactly. It was a huge challenge to pick up many objects. Things could get bumped off the table, or fall in a tight space with the slightest touch.

The controls in this game aren’t easy to master, either. Performing a perfect surgery is possible, but not likely without significant practice time.

This is a fun game, that may be worth picking up if you’re searching for something a little different than anything else you might have played before. Just don’t be too upset of you find yourself having to restart a few times before getting it right.