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About the Game

The boys are back , and they look better than ever! Oh…Sir!! The Hollywood roast is a brand new spinoff to the surprise indie hit of 2016, Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator. This time around we’re taking tinsel town down a few notches, whilst classing up the joint. Play as one of many famous, but for legal purposes, slightly different pop culture icons and verbally spar with other Hollywood elitists using a deep battle system

Verbally joust by yourself or take you verbal skills on a global PR tour and battle friends and family from anywhere in the world.

About the Developer

Features

  • Unleash the sickest burns on your opponents in a Hollywood-style roast
  • Play alone, online or couch multiplayer Deeper-than-you-think mechanics featuring combos, continuations and exploiting your rival’s weak spots
  • A new star-studded new cast of crazy Hollywood characters
  • Free updates with new characters and scenes coming soon to a screen in your house
  • Set the scene with a slew of iconic film backdrops
  • New controller integration that critics everywhere are calling “gripping” Bigger, ruder, insultier
  • New comeback mechanic - charge your anger and finish the sentence with a unique closure
  • Expanded career mode - master each scene to win Golden Parrots and use them to develop your character
  • Redesigned scoring system - more fair, more clear.

Critical Response

"I love Vile Monarch's Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator, and its follow up, Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast."

"Whether you're an antagonistic person or someone who just likes to stay quiet in an argument there's something very satisfying about doling out silly insults."

" it is difficult not to have a good time."