2nd Look – Beavis and Butt-Head in Virtual Stupidity

Written by PushingUpRoses on January 24th, 2013

A mature review on an immature game. ….Shut up, butt-monkey! It’s COOL.

 

  • http://twitter.com/grayfox928 Frank Jeager

    once again, you give me a treat to my eyes with another awesome 2nd look, PUR, keep it up, me myself i’m just glad to see you doing videos again

  • Jenny B

    First World Problems = cracked me the hell up. Thank you for covering these games, Roses. It seems like you review games that have been barely touched on.

  • RubbaNoze

    He..hehehehuehuehuehehehe.. -.- Of course I remember those two retards 😀 But I never heard of a game about them. Definetely looks authentic to the original, in high contrast to Wayne’s World game…

    I have fuzzy but nice memories of the first time we got cable tv back in the early nineties, in germany you had only about 6 channels with regular antenna broadcast back then, so it was like a whole new world with music television 😉 I guess I was twelve years old when I first saw beavis & butt-head. It was strange but funny, even though I couldn’t understand everything at that age and in english.

    Well, thanks for this second look, roses! :>

  • http://www.facebook.com/evan.gleason.1 Evan Gleason

    Ah, Beavis and Butt Head. The one show that my sister, my dad, my grandpa and myself enjoyed together. Seems like this game captures the essence of Beavis and Butt Head really well. Great review BTW!

  • Vanilla

    generic complimentary and semi flirty comment

  • pushinguproses

    generic appreciative response.

  • Sammy

    Great review. Highly enjoyable. Your points are completely valid – I can see how this game compares to the series, and it seems like the creators did a great job staying true to their source material. Did you play this on Windows 98?

  • pushinguproses

    Thanks, I wanted to do this game justice, because it was very well done. I used a Windows 98 virtual machine to run this game, otherwise I couldn’t get it to run correctly.

  • DGTex

    My Word, that tiny hat is fancy, and fantastic! I remember playing Beavis and Butt-Head for the Genesis and Super NES, exploring the mall for pieces of ripped up tickets for a GWAR concert. Oh good times.

  • L1nk1

    Oh well, that shouldn’t be so hard for you. hehe he he he.

  • http://twitter.com/jjflash572 JJ Flash

    Ha! Nice timing. :)
    May not be the best game, but I think it sticks out because so many licenced games in the ’90s were steamers. It’s the only decent one I can think of that isn’t based off some pen & paper RPG or boardgame. (Though, I heard the Star Trek adventures weren’t bad.)
    Oh, and I spent an embarrasing amount of time looking for a prybar to open that tank. Then I remembered what game I was playing. lol
    Thanks for bringing back some (mostly) good memories.