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Posted on Oct 8th 2019 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Hercules, Dramatic Readings, Disney, Game Boy, game review, licensed title, Tiertex, Virgin Interactive

Welcome to a new episode of Dramatic Readings! This time around, I take a look at a later entry in the life of the gray brick, a Disney licensed title. Not by Capcom, and surprisingly, not by Virgin least not directly. This game comes to use via Tiertex, and its level of quality is suspect. I'll leave the rest to your imagination, however. You'll need to watch the video, to get my full take on the game. Let me know what you think in the comments - did you enjoy this game? What other licensed games do you enjoy? Let's discuss!

Here's the original written review this video is based upon:

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