I’ve been playing Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition (PS4) for the past two days since it came out this week. I had only briefly played a version of this game on my PC a while back, but never really got into it. I was however eager to try out the PS4 version as that’s mainly the console I play on the most now when I’m home.
The game is very hard to play. The controls work well for what you are working with, though like the PC game, they are quite clumsy on purpose and add to the appeal of the game. It takes a lot of practice and steady hands to get things right, and even then, things can go horribly wrong.
I captured two video last night of two successful surgeries. I’ll have more as I work my way through each mission. Also expect a full review of the game coming soon.
This is my first successful attempt at a double kidney transplant. This was a tough mission that took me several attempts (hours) to accomplish. My time on it is pretty bad but I’m pretty sure I can probably do better with more practice. The trick is to cut in the right places without losing a lot of blood. It’s much harder than it sounds.
Now here is my attempt at a brain transplant. This mission was a lot easier than the kidney transplant and I was actually able to do this in only a few tries. Mainly you just want to break the skull enough where you can pull the brain out and make the cut.
On a side note, my son played this and thought it was a really gross game yet he could not stop playing it.