Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator for Switch

Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator (Switch)

Released:
6.06
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Synopsis

A Hilarious Insult Simulator in which players must verbally take-out their friends and family in different game modes. Assemble witty insults using different word strings, and employ combos, criticals, continuations and more to battle your opponents both offline and online using crossplay.
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NintendoLife

5.00

Oh...Sir! The Insult Simulator is a pretty silly experience, even when it doesn't mean to be. The concept of choosing words and phrases to form an insult out of is clever enough in isolation, but the novelty wears off pretty quickly once you've played through a couple of matches. Any kind of strategy or technique is hampered by some iffy rules on point-scoring, so the online multiplayer - while a welcome addition - is dragged down by that same awkward repetition, whether your opponent is human or AI.

Conor McMahon Jan 29, 2018

Nintendo World Report

6.00

Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator is hands down one of the stranger concepts I’ve ever seen and developer Vile Monarch has taken this as a badge of pride, running wild with the zaniness. The character design is strong and piecing together odd insults has a sense of charm that many wish it had. However limited dialogue options and even fewer scenarios leave much to be desired from a longevity aspect.

Casey Gibson Jan 21, 2018

Gameblog.fr

2.00

Oh...Sir ! The Insult Simulator, ainsi que sa suite Oh...Sir ! The Hollywood Roast, tous deux sortis précédemment sur toutes les machines de la Terre ou presque, débarquent sur Switch. Le moins que l'on puisse dire, c'est qu'on aurait pu s'en passer. Pour commencer avec les trucs qui fâchent les non-anglophones : le jeu est exclusivement disponible dans la langue de Shakespeare, ce qui pour un jeu principalement textuel, basé sur la construction de vannes, n'est déjà pas génial. Mais surtout, le problème majeur vient du fait qu'il ne fait pas de distinction lexicale dans la construction desdites vannes (ou si peu).

Angel Davila Feb 06, 2018