Since its launch a few weeks ago, the animated series Arcane, adapted from the League of Legends video game, has never ceased to be talked about. From what age can it be seen? Here are our recommendations!
It’s hard to miss out on Arcane, Netflix’s new phenomenon series, inspired by video games League of Legends. Composed of nine episodes, the latter has managed to achieve the feat of addressing fans of the game world, but also to the public who have never played. Arcane is also among the best rated series of all time on DashFUN (even outclassing Game of Thrones)!
Subject of many discussions on social networks and in playgrounds, Arcane is it a series intended for audiences of all ages? If it does not fall into the category of shocking series, it is nevertheless aimed at a more mature audience, and in our opinion should only be seen from adolescence. Here’s why !
Recommended from 12 years old – Available on Netflix
• Once upon a time : Champions of their twin cities and rivals (the posh Piltover and the underground Zaun), two sisters Vi and Powder fight in a war raging magical technologies and diametrically opposed perspectives.
• What they will love: An immersive universe, served by a breathtaking animation from the French studio Fortiche. Carved and endearing characters, starting with its two female protagonists: Vi and Jinx. Because of its many stakes, the plot of the series never ceases to amaze us, each twist offering more depth to its characters. It should come as no surprise that the heroines of Arcane very quickly become cult flags of pop culture, and expect to see products and other figurines bearing the likeness of this fantastic series coming soon.
• What may worry them: Really mean villains, starting with the main antagonist Silco, with the scarred face. Death haunts the plot of the series, which offers many scenes of combat and violence (without falling into free hemoglobin). The general atmosphere of Arcane could also offend younger viewers: dark and sticky, the series describes the story of an underground world where the poorest and other rejects of Piltover’s elitist society are left behind. In these streets that one could describe as a dystopian slum, most often the law of the strongest reigns …
• What they will keep inside: A story with universal values. Two sisters separated by the proponents of a war that goes beyond them. The price of courage and the fight to be waged to preserve freedom. The excesses of an industrialized society ruled by beings imbued with power. The absurdity of a world that separates the richest from the poorest. The ugly face of a disembodied and corrupt society. What if the story ofArcane was finally ours? So many thoughts which, as you can see, are aimed more at accompanied adolescents than at young children with less weapons.