Things Have Got Seriously… Out of Hand! Rock Paper Shotgun - “Still funny after seven years - and now there’s an actual game to go with it” Gamebyte - “You’re going to absolutely fall in love with the upcoming sequel” PC Gamer - “Surgeon Simulator 2 has evolved into something much more interesting” GamesRadar - “Expands the formula from a one-person surgery/comedy show to a four player improv medical team” Follow in the steps of Nigel Burke’s mentors, the pioneers who brought surgery to the masses by teaching that there’s nothing a sharp scalpel and a positive attitude can’t do. Enter the bowels of the world’s premier surgery learning centre in Bardnardshire -- the birthplace of the LHS (Local Health Service) and join the cooperative teams working to embrace the motto that every day is a good day to save lives, regardless of expensive medical degrees. Welcome to Surgeon Simulator 2, the most advanced multiplayer surgery game ever made, where every object, every organ and every limb are up for grabs. Or dropping. That depends on your skill level, really. Unleash your life-saving ambitions in this genre-defining game that breaks the mold of what a sequel means, throwing players in a heart-bursting extravaganza that makes the original Surgeon Simulator look pale in comparison (perhaps a blood transfusion is in order). Featuring: Multiplayer co-op surgery, because four hands are better than one. Twisty storyline by Rhianna Pratchett, one of the most accomplished game writers on the planet (just don’t ask how we got her to do this…) User Generated levels via the Labs editor for virtually endless gameplay and cursing whomever made ‘this damn level’. Great graphics powered by the most advanced physics multiplayer engine ever, bringing every object truly alive and under your control(ish). New characters and customisations that advance (well, it’s a prequel, so… regresses?) Dr. Burke’s story and dark background. Bob. He’s back. Yeah, that Bob from Surgeon Simulator and I Am Bread. How, you ask? Well, that’s for you to find out! Surgery. Failure. Laughs. All in non-prophylactic doses throughout. What, you still haven’t bought the game? What’s wrong with you? No, really, have a lay down here and let’s check what’s wrong with you. Trust me, I doctor now.