Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition on PS4 August 12th

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Surgeon Simulator Anniversary Edition on PS4 August 12th

We are delighted, happy, excited — all of the good words — to announce that Surgeon Simulator, Anniversary Edition is almost here. On August 12th, we’re going to unleash it on the PS4 in North America and then stand back and marvel as the universe changes.

In all seriousness, we know that you’re thinking. You’ve seen this game before, you’ve watched a million YouTube Let’s Plays, and you’ve maybe even dressed as a surgeon or nurse in your free time to hone your surgical skills. Perhaps you even sent us photographs. So this A & E edition — what’s different?

We had a lot of feedback from our fans about the operations we released exclusively on iPad. Many didn’t have iPads, and wanted to be able to complete the new eye and teeth transplants. They were sad. This made us sad.

There was only one solution: the A & E edition. This version of the game contains all of the best parts from the Steam and iPad release all in one convenient package, for your gaming pleasure. The eye and teeth transplants and trolley mode from the iPad version of the game are all here, as well as the original operating theatre, ambulance, space and alien spacecraft operations. All of the operations that you have no doubt perfected, and can do with your eyes closed, well. They work on a CONTROLLER too. A CONTROLLER. The future is here!

We’ve also have something very cool that is exclusive to the PS4 version of the game. Our awesome (and twisted) dev team wanted to make sure that this newest version of the game was even more nightmare-inducingly fun and are just making the final touches to the new mode making sure everything is tickety-boo . . .Nigel’s arm shaved, his nails manicured, new watch batteries, that kind of thing. You know what we do. We will be able to reveal all VERY soon, but not right now. Where would be the fun in that? All we CAN say is that it’s something our community asked for. Daily. And we hate to disappoint.

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  • Throw in another vote for move support for me!

  • I hope you guys do seriously consider the Move. I don’t use Move a lot other than for Tiger Woods, but only because there aren’t enough worthwhile applications for it. Check out the dlc for Portal 2 that uses it though if you need convincing it could work.

  • That said, I’m getting this either way. I love this game.

  • I like how everyone agrees with the move support, but I do not think it is as accurate as may be needed. I could be/am probably wrong, but last free games I played via move were not as exact as the controller version was. Good idea, fun even, but it would make the game a tad more frustratingly difficult, instead of fun difficult. My two cents, regardless or the current monetary exchange ratio.


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  • You know what really grinds my gears… That this isn’t out in Europe wtf!

  • Time to glove up and save a small part of the world.

  • Why do you hate Australians so much? We like to buy/play games just like North America and once again we are pushed aside and we don’t have access to this game. Can you please explain why we are not getting this game cause me and my fello Australians missing out on this game plus so many other games Australians dont have access to

  • This is completly unrelated to Surgeon Simulator, but I’ve asked users on Live With Playstation, there views if Sony added Team fortress 2 to the Playstation 4. The majority of them aggreeed and said it would be excellent if they were to do so. And thats my question. Have you ever thought about adding TF2 to the PS4, or are possibly going to add it in the future?

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