Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast
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Developer: Vile Monarch
Publisher: Gambitious Digital Entertainment
Verbally joust by yourself or take you verbal skills on a global PR tour and battle friends and family from anywhere in the world.
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 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
With the new Character Creation Mode powered by Steam Whatever, you can create your own formulaic celebrity clones in a lab-- just like they do in real Hollywood!
New controller integration that critics everywhere are calling “gripping”
With more than 2x the vocabulary of the original Oh...Sir!! The Insult Simulator, The Hollywood Roast is Bigger, ruder and 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.
Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast - Launch Trailer
Oh...Sir! The Hollywood Roast expands slightly on the original title, but for every minor improvement it makes, it stumbles over a list of missed opportunities, poorly-handled references, and a script that really could have used a few more rewrites. One-on-one verbal battles are still fun enough for the first hour or so, but beyond that it gets repetitious and even downright intolerable. We don't really recommend either title, but if you had to pick one then we'd recommend the original over this tasteless B-movie.
While this game is a fun time killer, I don’t see a push that would drive the need for this game. Sure it would be a great party game with your friends or the occasional online match from time to time, the overall amount of content here is minimal. There aren’t nearly enough character and the amount of lines to choose from for roasts gets repetitive and gives you the been here, done that feeling. If you are wanting to pick it up for the party game that it is then it’s definitely worth the price of admission, just if you are thinking this will provide you with countless hours of laughs at a single sitting then you might be disappointed.