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Submitted by gaminglives 187d ago | review

Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition – Review | GamingLives

GamingLives takes a look at Bossa Studios' modern take on the classic Operation board game.

"The aim of the game is to be as precise as possible. If you need to remove a body part with a scalpel, then you need to cut it out without slicing up the surrounding area. The more damage you do, and you’ll do loads, the quicker your patient dies. Of course precision isn’t really an option but you’ll do what you can." (PC, PS4, Surgeon Simulator: Anniversary Edition) 5/10

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