Home Action Games Movies to Video Games Review – Disney’s Hercules Action Game (PS1/PC) Action Games Movies to Video Games Review – Disney’s Hercules Action Game (PS1/PC) By - June 16, 2017 291 14 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Movies To Video Games Reviews Review #83 FAN REQUESTED REVIEW Disney’s Hercules Action Game for the Playstation and PC is fully reviewed and … RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Action Games Best android Action RPG games with controller support gameplay Action Games Merkur Triple Flame Action Games AG´s Gewinn (Merkur TR 5 MBox 2020) Action Games CODE VEIN – Behind the Scenes 1 | X1, PS4, PC 14 COMMENTS Good review, but it goes on for way too long. Explaining how to defeat every boss and showing every stage is unnecessary. A review shouldn't take longer then around 10 minutes max. why hercules game in ps1 is more use of capacity in hard drive than in PC?i look Hercules in PS1 need : 211 MBbut, in Hercules in PC need:19 MBwhy? how does the save feature work on this game and how many blocks does it take? Is this a review, let's play footage or a detailed FAQ/walkthrough? It's too long & too detailed to be a good review, and it's too much edited to be a proper let's play footage or a FAQ. Thumbs down. can you save on a PS1 memory card and how many blocks does it take? what exactly does it save. Anybody? You may see this Disney's Hercules game in JonTron review Hercules Games! review dennis the menace for the snes gameboy and amiga review shark tale for the xbox Movies2gamesreviews thank you for reviewing Hercules. It is one of my favorite Disney movies of all timesI like the 2d animation effects by Nicolas Pajuelo. Please, review the ant bully for ps2, gamecube, and wii if you can review home alone 1 and 2 for the sega genesis review stuart little 2 for the ps1 review shrek the third for the ps2 you're still making videos? I remember watching you back in like 2009 or something like dat The very first PS1 game I ever owned! From where I first saw it in a Hugo-themed Show on Kabel Eins back in late '97, where Rapid Racer and Toshinden 3 were also shown, to where I first get a PS1 back in the spring of '98, to where I play the demo of the game included on a demo disc that came with my PS1 titled Demo One, to the moment where I finally get to play this for the first time a few weeks or so after playing the demo. Long live PlayStation. Comments are closed.