With the game costing just £2.39/$2.99 on the Xbox store, I will be honest with you, it's going to pretty hard for me to be super hard on it. While I personally can't see it being something that will have an active online portion as the year goes on (I could be wrong), as of writing this the game sits in the number seven spot of the top eight paid for games currently. The game is just something unique and is a genre we don't see that much on consoles these days, and with the pricepoint being perfect for people to do something they've not been able to do since the 360, that's drop a small bit a cash on a game they don't know too much about and not worry about it if it turns out bad.
Like I said earlier, the game offers both offline and online play, and with the game being so cheap this is also a massive bonus. The first question when a smaller release comes out is always "does it have online" so this will please that crowd. Single players can take on an instant argument with the CPU, or take them on in a tournament. Online lets you play either a total stranger of invite a friend to a game. Keep playing to unlock new locations to insult people in, as well as unlocking yourself some new characters.
Overall: Like I said at the start of this review, it's hard to bash such a budget game that punches well above what it should actually offer. I've had a lot of fun with this, with the only worry I have is how long a shelf life the game will have before insults start to become a little boring and repetitive.
Cheap and not terrible
It has ONLINE PLAY
Has a chance of getting repetitive if you play it a lot
Can be hard to work out how to score high with your insults
Can be annoying when a rubbish insult hurts you more than your well-worded insult to the other player
You can buy Oh...Sir! The Insult Simulator on the Xbox Store by clicking here.