The Oh…Sir! Summer Blockbuster Season starts here with politely abusive free updates for both bilous titles in the insult-exchanging franchise
According to new research*, interpersonal insults hit their annual peak over the summer months as tempers flare in the stifling sun. To mark this offensive occasion, the nincompoops at developer Vile Monarch and frightened schoolboys at Gambitious Digital Entertainment present the Oh…Sir! Summer Blockbuster Season, with free potty-mouthed updates coming to Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator and its equally disrespectful progeny Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast on PC and mobile throughout the summer.
Oh…Sir! on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/bundle/3724/The_OhSir_Saga/
New to the cast of Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast and playable now is Jane Blunt, the most sophisticated lady spy ever to grace the halls of MI6, and whose razor sharp tongue is every bit as deadly as her karate chop. Coming on July 18 exclusively to the PC game of The Hollywood Roast is a new custom voiceover recording modding tool, allowing insult-addicted modders to bring unprecedented customisation to their own characters. Then during the first week of August the Small Screen Stars free DLC also for PC will let fans hurl derision as modern YouTube idols including JackSepticEye, ZombiUnicorn, EatMyDiction, ThinkNoodles and more. What could go wrong?
Meanwhile, the original Oh…Sir!! The Insult Simulator will get its very own monumental free update on July 25 for PC and mobile, featuring – wait for it – the protagonist of the Postal series Postal Dude. Yes, Vile Monarch has collaborated with the disappointingly polite people at Running With Scissors to bring Postal Dude to the game, armed with nothing more than a barrage of vaguely profane language delivered by the original Postal voice actor Rick Hunter no less.
So stop pretending you have anything better to do, and go get both Oh…Sir!! games for PC and Mac right now right here, pick up the Android game down this digital rabbit hole, and the iPhone version up this internet tree.
What? How dare you! Your mother was born on a train I tell you!