Summary: This is a fun game if you are a big fan of the show, otherwise it can get a little boring after a while because every action causes a short movie sequence which take a minute or so. Overall, it doesn't have too many bad features, and the graphics and sounds make up for any shortcomings, so its a decent game.
Excerpt: Have you ever watched Beavis and Butt-Head? Chances are if you are a fan of MTV from the mid 1990s, you may have been a regular fan of this animated cartoon series. If not, allow me tell you a bit about the series and its stars. Beavis and Butt-Head are a pair of stupid teenagers... Wait, have I just said "stupid"?! They are not just "stupid"—they are actually idiotic and moronic, almost in every aspect of life.
Conclusion: Viacom really went all the way with this adaptation, and it shows in every part of the product, from graphics, to sound, to puzzles. If you are not a fan of juvenile humor, or are the parent of a young gamer, then this is not the game for you, but otherwise you owe it to yourself to hunt down a copy immediately. As a fan of the show back in college, I really have a hard time finding something to dislike about Beavis & Butthead: Virtual Stupidity.
Conclusion: I am not a fan of Beavis and Butt-Head, and I don’t think that playing this game is going to make anyone else a fan. However, for the stalwart fans of the series, this game is probably a little bit of heaven. I found most of the storyline and challenges too simplistic, but that is not why someone will buy this game. They will buy this game because, for all its shortcomings, Beavis and Butt-head Do U.
Summary: "Listen up, dillhole, don't be alarmed, 'cuz like Beavis and Butt-head will control the vertical, they will, um, adjust the horizontal. Heh, I said horizontal. Cool." Parents beware, the two relentlessly infantile voices of a lost generation have made the jump in screen resolution from MTV to your computer. What's funny is that they don't look any better.