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4 years ago

Dark And Dank Too: Deep Dungeons Of Doom

It's important to be precise in game names. You wouldn't want to confuse Deep Dungeons of Doom with the Shallow Dungeons of Doom, which I believe is a local Glaswegian duck-feeding pond. Nor with the Deep Dungeons of Joy which is a family-friendly burger joint in London with a great view of the Jubilee line, or the common phrase "deep pockets of doom" mostly attributed…

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Toast In The Machine: I Am Bread

I Am Bread's trailer trundled onto the internet in a miniature clown car, putt-putting toward the big top of YouTube, coughing smoke rings from its tiny exhaust pipe. How the crowds guffawed when the doors clattered to the ground and a lanky harlequin struggled out of the driver's seat, his oversized shoes flip-flopping against the steering wheel and sending gasping honks out into the atmosphere.…

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5 years ago

Give Your Eyes, Teeth: Surgeon Simulator DLC

I couldn't tell you how many eyeballs I've gouged out and teeth I've kicked in while playing video games. Lots, certainly (and in the game), but never to help people. New Surgeon Simulator DLC will let us altruistically enjoy sounds of eyeballs squishing and teeth tinkling, adding new operations starring those bodyparts. It's bringing them over from the PlayStation 4 version, really, along with new…

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Surgeon Simulator ARG Yields Out Of This World Secret

Well, that didn't take long. Like an expert surgeon carving out cavities and worming sausage-fingers indiscriminately between guts, Bossa recently stuffed an ARG into Surgeon Simulator 2013's latest update. For hours - no, more than a whole day - Codename: Trisha had the game's community stumped. But then, finally, after many long, sleepless nights, a solution beamed into view. Bizarre, cryptic messages? Wild numerical spews? Enough…

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A Cut Above: Surgeon Simulator Adds SPACE SURGERY

In space, no one can hear you scream. Typically, that's very bad news seeing as games, TV shows, and movies have incontrovertibly proven that the universe is crawling with slavering teeth monsters that want to replace our insides with their writhing, gelatinous young. However, if you're an implausibly incompetent space surgeon, I believe you can actually make a solid case for the silence of the vacuum…

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6 years ago

Heavy Medication: Surgeon Sim Slices TF2’s Heavy

Like the world's most fun STD, Team Fortress 2 really likes to spread itself around. What's that itch, Joe Danger? Why it's a just a case of the hats. That's not a wart on Poker Night at the Inventory, it's an achievement. And though the one game we all wanted to have a little bit of TF2 in it has remained resistant, there's a new…

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Feature: Heart-stopping

Surgeon Simulator 2013 review

As a games blogger, the question I am most often asked is: “When are you going to go back to school so that you can get a real job, like an accountant or a doctor?” To which I reply: “Look, Mum, Dad, writing about videogames is a real job now. I've paid my rent unaided for at least several years.” Then I show them games…

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Crack: Surgeon Sim Steam Version Adding Brain Surgery

I think a lot of people were pretty surprised when Surgeon Simulator 2013 made the cut for Steam Greenlight. I mean, it's an impressive, exceedingly hilarious little production, but it emerged from the bounty-filled chest cavity of Global Game Jam. It's amazing that something with such high production values came out of such a short development period at all, but the fact is, Surgeon Sim's…

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Feature: Indie Games Are Growing Up

On The Power And The Diminishing Returns Of “Indie”

Something is happening. I've noticed it, you may have noticed it, and it's probably no surprise to anyone who's ever bought an "indie" record. The corporations with a finger in this delicious pie we call the games industry have been watching what's happened, too. They've been watching the achievements of the likes of Jonathan Blow, 2Dboy, Notch/Mojang and other countless successful indie developers. Now, they're…

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Heart Felt: Surgeon Simulator 2013

I played Life & Death when I was but a child and its depiction of medical procedures frightened me far more than Alone in the Dark ever did. The fluids that spilled out of patients' pixel-parts were far more real than the things that went bump in the night. The Trauma Center series has a more madcap take on surgical procedures than Life & Death…

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