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ZOOM Beavis and Butt-head Do U.
$9.95 (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (BEAVISDOPR)

Publisher: GT Interactive

Game: Arcade

ESRB Rating: Teen (13+) - Comic mischief, mild language and suggestive themes

Ratings:

from Four Fat Chicks

Created by Mike Judge

Beavis and Butt-head's graphic misadventures come home to your PC as America's favorite morons go collegiate! See the world through their eyes as they hit Highland State and attempt to do the impossible (well, for them anyway): score with co-eds! With the same look and feel as the original MTV series and thousands of lines of hilarious, new dialogue, Beavis and Butt-head Do U just may be the coolest thing you'll ever see!

Game Features:

Explore college life with America's favorite losers!

Solve mind-bending puzzles!

Interact with cast favorites!

Featuring the voice talent of Mike Judge, creator of Beavis & Butt-head!

Brand new lines of hilarious dialogue!

Same look and feel as the original MTV series!

Requirements:

133 MHz Pentium (166 MHz recommended), 16 MB RAM (32 recommended), Windows 95/98/Me/XP, 4x CD ROM drive (8x or higher recommended), 2MB video card (4MB recommended), SoundBlaster compatible sound card.

Tested OK on Windows XP.


Reviews:

Four Fat Chicks by Jen

"I am one of those deprived Americans who doesn't have cable TV and so don't have much exposure to Beavis and Butt-head, MTV's music video commentators. What little I have seen, I have detested, I believe mainly due to the fact that I think music videos are stupid. However, I played Beavis and Butt-head in Virtual Stupidity a couple of years ago with much enjoyment, even going so far as to rank it in my lifetime top games, and so I was really excited to hear there was a new B&BH adventure game out. I was not disappointed by Do U."

"The music is mostly heavy metal, as you might imagine, but there is not enough of it. There is one portion of the game where the music is some kind of seventies easy listening disco kind of crap, which I just hated, and I was stuck on that part for a while. I had to adjust the options to turn off the music there, and I think the game designers were sadists for even putting it in there. However, it was exactly appropriate for that particular portion of the game. The voice acting is quite well-done, although the characters are purposely annoying. B&BH did tend to get on my nerves when I inadvertently made them say the same things over and over again, and I would have liked to reach my hand into the monitor and slap that wimpy Mr. Van Driessen upside the head until he saw little birdies flying around his head. However, weenie-on-purpose is much preferable to weenie-by-accident (like the main character in Sanitarium). Sound effects in this game were great--lots of "plop"s and "squelch"es, as you might image, all exquisitely gross.

"I leave it to you to play the game yourself to find out whether B&BH did, in fact, score with some college sluts. I recommend this game to any who are not offended by constant "dammit, Butt-head"s and toilet humor. It has all of the elements of a classic adventure game, and it was really fun to play."




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