Surgeon Simulator 2013 Available On GOG With Free Copy Of Witcher
One of the most controversially hilarious video games to ever bumble its way onto the market is the greenlit title, Surgeon Simulator 2013. The game has managed to pick up quite the cult following given its ridiculous premise and equally ridiculous gameplay, and all that ridiculousness has found its way onto CD Projekt's Good Old Games... DRM-free and with a free copy of the Witcher.
As noted in the very brief press release about the game arriving on Good Old Games...
I know what you’re thinking; “What if I want a new Surgeon Simulator 2013™ themed avatar? Hey, I really like the soundtrack, I wish I had that on my MP3 player of choice… and maybe a sweet new wallpaper for my desktop.”
That's right, Surgeon Simulator 2013 is available right now and it comes with a free copy of CD Projekt RED's The Witcher: Enhanced Edition, with enough boobies and swamp-monster sex to last you long enough to shave off several gig from your monthly porn intake.
If that deal seems like it may not really fit your idea of a great bundle, well GOG sweetened the deal even more by knocking the price down to only $4.99... that's right, 50% off the original $9.99 asking price. That's such a sweet steal that it almost feels like digital robbery paying so little for such a great bundle.
But that's not even the best part... the best part is that you get to butcher people, remove brains and perform the kind of surgery they wouldn't let you do while you were hocked up on tequila in that Mexican sex dungeon on your spring break vacation during your final semester in med-school. Yes, my friend, dreams do come true.
If you have no idea how cool a game Surgeon Simulator is, feel free to check out the contents of the wicked body-part mutilator in the gameplay video below.
One of the best Let's Play videos is a video stream of a heart transplant in Surgeon Simulator 2013 with a real-life doctor. This video will have you cracking up from start to finish. You can check it out below or pick up a digital copy from Good Old Games right now.
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